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Fall Issue 2006

Talent Management

  • September 01, 2006
Everyone has talent in an organization and talent management should not be limited to a favored few.

Rebuilding A Shattered Business

  • September 01, 2006
Everyone knows the scenario, and it's all too common in the Russian business world at the moment - a company is set up, you work hard to get it up and running, put together a team, everything seems to be going well and inspired by a common goals, together you all build up the business. But time passes and suddenly a rift occurs.

Business Books

  • September 01, 2006

Negotiating a Pay Rise

  • September 01, 2006
It's not enough just to be a hard worker in order to get a pay rise - you also have to be able to make a convincing case for your demands and do so diplomatically.

How to Market Your Career Move

  • September 01, 2006
You've been working in a company for a longish period, but circumstances dictate that you make the decision, all the same, to change your job.

Fast-Track Careers In Investment Banking

  • September 01, 2006
An investment bank is the best place for a career-builder to head: The road from being a young specialist on a modest monthly salary of a couple of thousand dollars to becoming a top manager takes literally only a few years to travel.

Psychometric Testing

  • September 01, 2006
It is hardly likely that anyone would remain indifferent to a situation where his mind, character, and ability are being subjected to assessment, while at the same time he is being compared against other people.

Specialist MBAs

  • September 01, 2006
Although they have yet to take off in Russia, the trend towards specialist MBAs - programs designed for specific groups of professional people, and usually one year in length - appears to be thriving in those traditional homes of business education, Europe and the US.

The Degree of Choice

  • September 01, 2006
The European Masters in Management degree is becoming the degree of choice for Europe's top employers, and French schools dominate the recruitment drive as well as the Financial Times ranking of European Masters in Management programs.

The MBA X-Factor

  • September 01, 2006
MBA admissions staff at leading business schools receive five, 10, maybe 15 or more applications for each place on their MBA programs. How do they work through these candidates and choose who is right for the program, and who is not?

Moscow's New School Looks West

  • September 01, 2006
It is not often that a brand new business school sets up shop, let alone one that has the vocal support of national government and the financial support of local and international businessmen.

Market Update

  • September 01, 2006
As the jobs market enters the fourth quarter of 2006, the chronic shortfall in specialists almost all across the board, in all industries and at all levels, shows little sign of easing, the result of an economy highly dependent on the energy sector that is currently riding high on ever-rising oil prices.

Changes in the Labor Code

  • September 01, 2006
On October 6 amendments to over 300 articles in the Russian Federation Labor Code will come into force, as well as 13 additional articles.

Career Paths In Real Estate

  • September 01, 2006
Despite the real estate boom in the Russian economy, the job market still lags behind: there is an acute shortage of qualified specialists in the industry.

What Leading Firms Offer

  • September 01, 2006
HR chiefs of Moscow’s real estate firms explain their career structure.

Facing an Employee's Pyramid of Needs

  • September 01, 2006
Why do well-trained employees suddenly resign from a seemingly solid and attractive firm?