News and Knowledge

Over the past 60 years of experience and with more than 70 offices in over 40 countries, we’ve amassed a great deal of knowledge in the executive search business. Here, you’ll find a variety of original documents, publications, and resources that offer our expertise and knowledge across a wide range of subject matter and industry sectors.

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Boyden Boosts Insurance Presence

Top insurance executive Erik Matson has joined Boyden’s New York office as a Partner, bringing significant insurance industry expertise to our Financial Services Practice. He has two decades of experience in the insurance sector and has worked extensively on both the executive placement and industry management sides of the business.

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Perfect Digital Leaders and Other Unicorns

Compared to its peers on the Exec, the role of the CIO has been changing at the speed of light. Let’s not go back to the “dark days” when they were considered overpaid-tecchies, but even in the last three years since the relentless advance of digital and other disruptive technologies, the role has been elevated in the eyes of other business leaders.

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How to Change the Way the Board Perceives You

For CIO headhunters, exposure to boards is often limited to a distress purchase of a new CIO. Perhaps something along the lines: “this one is broken, can we have another one, please?” It can be rather depressing, taking a briefing from an organisation which clearly sees the CIO as an extra role on the Exec rather than being fundamental to the effective working of the top team.

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Boyden Boosts U.S. Industrial and Tech Presence

In support of our continuing expansion in North America, Boyden has appointed Randy Frasinelli as a new Partner in our Pittsburgh office, which will significantly enhance our offerings in the industrial and technology sectors. Frasinelli has a strong reputation for executing C-level, Vice President and Director level searches for global companies.

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The Changing Role of the Chief Financial Officer

Throughout history, economic downturns have had distinct characteristics, and while they are neither rare nor inexplicable in a market economy, they share some routine commonalities in both cause and consequence. The desire to assign blame is a common feature of the aftermath, as is the resultant change for which the most recent recession has acted as a powerful catalyst.

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