The ‘Mining Journal Global Leadership Report: Preparing for Transformation' Executive Summary is a brief, 20-page account of our high-level findings gathered from more than 500 responses to our industry-wide digital survey, and interviews with 21 leading executives from companies with an aggregated market capitalisation of some $367 billion.
This survey and interviews focused on the industry's attitudes towards tackling the current crop of challenges and willingness to transform business models to adapt to a changing environment. They also considered the leadership characteristics most appropriate and desirable in todays mining executives, along with the major threats and opportunities as viewed by the industry.
The Executive Summary also carries thought leadership articles from experts on business transformation and human resourcing. These discuss the importance of transformation, the best ways to execute change programmes, a description of current industry threats, and then the change in attitudes needed.
In contrast, the full Mining Journal Global Leadership report 2018 is a 132-page document that hosts the full transcripts of all executive interviews across 63 pages, the findings from both the Transformation and Leadership surveys broken down by relevant demographics (market capitalisation, employment level, headquarters location, age, sub-sector and gender), and seven pages of expert discussion of the results. The foreword to the Full Report is written by International Council on Metals and Mining chief executive, Tom Butler.
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AIMS AND METHODOLOGY
i. Leader: A new people equation
iv. Importance of transformation
v. Long-term planning
vi. Employee engagement
vii. Execution success
viii. Discussion: Don't wait for technology to transform
i. Leader: Mining's 'perfect storm'
ii. Executive interviews
ii. Most desirable leadership skills
iii. Greatest threats/risks (to industry)
iv. Greatest threats/risks (to company)
v. Greatest threats/risks (for industry)
vi. Greatest threats/risks (for company)