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The infrastructure world today is characterized by larger, more complex projects, shrinking public funding and growing regulatory scrutiny. New technologies and increased data and analytics capabilities promise to transform the way infrastructure projects are designed, constructed and operated, and companies must keep pace or be left behind. New ways of financing projects are challenging the private and public sectors to come together for the greater good.
The profile of successful infrastructure executives is undergoing a fundamental shift, now encompassing a commercial, strategic, technology and media skillset suitable to managing increased demands from new and existing stakeholders. Restructuring, turnaround and operational expertise will also be mission critical. Spencer Stuart works with organizations across the infrastructure ecosystem to help them recruit and develop up-and-coming leaders, improve the effectiveness of the top leadership team, and support strategic or cultural transformation.
Greg Stanmore, a consultant in our Infrastructure Practice, discusses the opportunities facing the industry, and how prioritizing diversity and organizational culture can help position project teams for success.
New research sheds light on the benefits and limits of prior experience, and how boards can select the CEO who is most likely to succeed given the opportunities and challenges the company faces.