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Connor, Jerry
January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p22
The article focuses on the human resource (HR) profession in Asia. Most HR leaders in Asia focus directly on growth, and on how the insights they can draw from their position looking across the organisation. It cites the challenges facing Asian businesses in building a platform for long-term competitive advantage. It details the lessons that can be learned by European HR leaders from Asian leaders.


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