HELPING DEVELOP EMERGING MARKETS
Michael A Potter International are a team of Management Experts and Researchers who are dedicated to providing simple solutions for your complex concerns.
We offer specialist advice, consultancy and training services to all level of clients in a wide range of Human Resources, People Management, Team and Personal Development areas.
Nurturing the Global Cabbage Patch
In this new World Series Paper 5, Michael A Potter, in conjunction with Klaudia Darbinova from Manchester Research Group, present their research findings and views on the Global Trends shaping Talent Management today.
Strategic People Management
Michael A Potter is proud to present his new World Series Paper 4 which explores some of the field's hottest topics on talent challenges and strategies through the in-depth case studies of best practice companies and resent global survey results.
International Mini Executive MBA
Michael A Potter introduces his intensive 3 module practice based Mini Executive MBA programme aimed at experienced executives and professionals to equip them with the skills necessary to engage with the challenges of a globalising world.
"Potter's Magic"at the Heritage Business School
Special Issue on BSHRM 4th International HR Conference
In this special issue Michael A Potter gives an interview to BSHRM during which he talks about his early career, how an why he moved into the world of HR Management and what were his key learning points. He also explains what a typical organisation wants from a HR department and what are the current challenges in the business of HR.
Global People Paradigm - Shifting the Frontier of People Management
In this paper Michael A Potter presents his views and foresights on people issues for the future. He focuses on the key global challenges for people professionals from 2012 to 2050 and discusses how people professionals should prepare themselves and their organisations for these challenges.
MAP International Talent Management Model
MAP International has put together a framework that suggests possible ways of assessing the current talent management system of an organisation. The framework is formed around four factors: emphasis on talent, defining talent, managing talent and assessment.