White Papers

08 Dec
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Based on an abundance of in-depth interviews with chairs, CEOs and rising stars from the global retail sector, The DNA of the Future Retail CEO assesses the major challenges facing the retail sector today, including digital sales, changing customer behaviour, advances in technology, globalisation, data-driven decision making and the changing high street. Launched at the 2016 World Retail...
24 Aug
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Green Park is delighted to be partnering with World Retail Congress on our upcoming whitepaper 'The DNA of the Future Retail CEO'.   The whitepaper will be a thought-provoking and comprehensive report, mapping out a necessary transition from today’s skill sets among senior retailers to those required in five years’ time. Based on an abundance of in-depth interviews with...
New research into the top 10,000 executives in Britain’s most important firms reveals a widening “diversity deficit” which risks putting UK companies at a serious disadvantage in domestic and global markets. The Green Park Leadership 10,000, Spring 2015 shows that the position of ethnic minorities in leadership roles within the FTSE 100 has declined over the past year. Despite an increased...
11 Jun
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This report, commissioned by ActionAid and New Philanthropy Capital, aims to inform policy and practice in the not-for-profit sector by bringing together a range of perspectives and highlighting best practice. ActionAid and New Philanthropy Capital wanted to work with others to stimulate informed debate and help create an enabling environment in which innovation can thrive.  Judith...
04 Mar
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Green Park's CEO and Co-Founder, Raj Tulsiani talks about some of the key lessons that he has learned in his time as an owner/manager in REC's latest report 'Seven Secrets of a Successful Recruitment Entrepreneur.' This report is part of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s ‘seven secrets of success’ series. This series is a practical guide offering advice and information by people...
14 Jan
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Green Park recently launched its FTSE 100 update report in response to it's paper published in February 2014 examining the ethno cultural and gender diversity of the top 10,000 in the FTSE 100.  The paper reveals that in an age when Britain’s leading businesses earn the majority of their revenue outside the UK, competing in an international marketplace for customers and talent, the number of...
18 Nov
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If you’re not already thinking about how to increase diversity in your top team, you should be. Some of the world’s most successful organisations know that teams from different backgrounds and perspectives are sharper and more innovative, and perform better for their clients than teams who look, think and feel the same. And rather than producing flash-in-the-pan success, this type of mix is a...
Groundbreaking new study reveals public sector less diverse than private A groundbreaking new survey into the diversity of staff working in the top 5,000 leadership roles within the public and voluntary sectors reveals that ethnic minorities and women remain significantly under-represented. Strikingly, the statistics also reveal that despite the legal obligation on public bodies to promote...
Our white paper entitled ‘Refreshing the Board for the digital era’ examines the effect the omnichannel environment is having on the future retail board and senior leadership teams.  As part of our research, we interviewed more than 100 Chairs, NEDs, CEOs and C-suite leaders to garner their insights into the impact of these shifting sands as well as their own strategies and action plans....
A groundbreaking study of the top 10,000 executives in Britain’s most important firms reveals a deep “diversity deficit” that could put UK companies at a serious disadvantage in both domestic and global markets. The research also shows that whilst some sectors of the economy are more gender and ethno-culturally diverse than others, the glass ceiling remains completely intact in all types of...

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