How Mobility Leaders Stay Ahead Of The Curve

    May 25, 2022 @ 07:28 PM / by Grace Kernohan



    In this period of transition and reinvention, many companies are reorganizing their Mobility functions to address changes to their business or talent environments. We recently interviewed six Mobility leaders to learn how they are optimizing their Mobility functions. 

    Everyone agreed that an optimized Mobility function is one that adds value to the organization by offering customers the right balance of skillsets and resources.

    From the interviews, we found that all six leaders are working to improve the Mobility experience for the business and/or employees, with the common goal of company success. However, each leader described their ideal program differently.

    Variables like company culture, business models, and market competition drive these differences. Personal experience—what they’ve done and seen work elsewhere—is a contributing factor. Subsequently, the vision and plans for change differ by leader and can include acquiring new technology, new skillsets, or additional headcount.

    We look forward to sharing snippets from each interview over the coming weeks in a 6-part series that focuses on different ways Mobility works to optimize its global mobility function. If you would like to access the full paper, download it now!


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    Grace Kernohan

    Written by Grace Kernohan

    Grace Kernohan joined AIRINC in the fall of 2017 working in Client Engagement, and was promoted to Senior Client Engagement Representative in December 2018. As a Client Engagement Representative, she has worked primarily with NGOs, Consumer Goods, and Defense companies of both small and large expatriate programs. In April 2020, she was promoted to Manager of Advisory Services, where she focuses on policy reviews, benchmarking reporting, and mobility consulting. She has worked on a range of projects, from NGO policy suite revisions to pharmaceutical M&A mobility function consulting. She has also traveled internationally performing cost-of-living surveys. She graduated from Union College in 2017 with a BS in mathematics and economics. She is based in Cambridge, MA.