Putting a new accent on success
Global chief of consulting behemoth Accenture fervently believes the diversity agenda makes his company tick
Take one look out the window these days, and you can see why Accenture is opening its new Centre for Innovation in Dublin next July, rather than in mid-winter. For Pierre Nanterme, the consulting giant’s global chief executive, the dreary rain outside its Dublin headquarters doesn’t bother him in the slightest.
“It’s our nicest office in the world. Where we are, the view, the mood, the style,” Nanterme told The Sunday...
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