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In technology, with apparently boundless application and insatiable markets, it is the human factor - leadership - that differentiates the stellar successes from the rest.
Odgers Berndtson's global technology professionals consistently identify the rare individuals who thrive at the top of technology corporations. We find exceptional people who can direct senior management and the board to create, communicate, and implement strategy and tactics that deliver profitable business out of the endless stream of possibilities.
The defining success factors are often associated with fine commercial instinct; the ability to keep difficult developments moving forward (program & project management skills); and raw leadership. The successful management and capitalization upon innovation is a path strewn with casualties. Our hugely experienced, multi-disciplinary teams are adept at establishing the real need of an enterprise and in matching the appropriate talent to it.
From pre-IPO to established players, we forge meaningful relationships with our technology clients, ensuring that we know where they are going, and the talent they will need to get there.
Our global Technology Practice operates across 30 countries and is supported by our function experts, delivering successful candidates in the following areas:
To discuss your leadership needs, please speak to one of our consultants.
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