People + Strategy Journal

Summer 2023

Leadership 2030

After a decades-long period of stability and predictability, the past few years have brought a series of breathtaking changes to organizations. As a result, leadership at all levels needs to adapt to these new times.
     This Summer 2023 issue of People + Strategy analyzes those challenges from every angle—from managers to the C-suite to the boardroom—and provides a new vision for effective leadership for the remainder of this decade. 


Is It Time to Reimagine the C-Suite? 
The current structure for leading organizations may no longer be sustainable. Leaders of a global design firm consider alternatives.
by Tim Brown and Derek Robson

Mastering the Matrix
Leveraging a matrixed organizational structure is a team sport; 
here's how to win.
by Mike McMullen and Harry Feuerstein

The Manager Reorg
Today's new workplace requires a new breed of leader. Here are four main lessons from the chief people officer at UKG. 
by Pat Wadors

Do You Really Want to Lead?
Leaders need to be honest with themselves about why they want to lead, because that honesty will sustain them.
by Adam Bryant

The End of Executive Coaching?
Coaching can be a great benefit for execs and organizations, but it must take four key steps to adapt.
by David Reimer

The Judgment Premium in Today's Boardroom
Companies are now looking for board members with diverse knowledge and judgment abilities, not just industry experience.
by Duriya Farooqui


How to Operationalize Resiliency
Lessons learned by supply chain leaders during the pandemic can help your organization inject more agility into its culture.
by Ernest Nicolas


Message from the President 
Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, President and CEO, SHRM
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From the Executive Editor 
David Reimer

The Big Question
Q&A with Florian Mandel, Samrath Oberoi and Shruti Rao


In First Person

Directors Roundtable
Participants: Wendy Davidson, Bill McNabb, Coretha Rushing
Moderator: Dawn Zier

Linking Theory + Practice

Research + Insights
New findings from SHRM Research on the evolving nature of leadership.

The Takeaway 
A Discussion Guide on Post-Pandemic Leadership