JP Donlon

JP Donlon is the Editor-in-Chief of Chief Executive magazine.


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Brent Saunders, Bausch & Lomb CEO: The Eyes Have It

Brent Saunders, Bausch & Lomb’s new CEO, has his work cut out for him running the only stand-alone eye health company up against the likes of J&J and Novartis.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Communication , Culture , Leadership & Strategy March 21 2011
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Manufacturing Matters, But So Does the Solution

Business leaders like Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris and Patriarch Partners CEO Lynn Tilton see manufacturing as the future of American business. And they’re right. Chief Executive magazine Editor-in-Chief JP Donlon wants to know how to get there.

JP Donlon Global Business , Manufacturing March 10 2011
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Lynn Tilton, Patriarch Partners CEO, Saving U.S. Manufacturing

In 2010, the U.S. economy created only 1.1 million newjobs, a rate of increase well short of the number ofentrants into the labor market. Pointing to the quartermillionjobs her firm has rescued in 10 years, theself-made billionaire thinks there’s a way to redress this.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Leadership & Strategy , Manufacturing March 11 2011
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Targeting Technological Agility

Business cycles are getting shorter — the days of multiple year projects are gone. How can you adapt to this fundamental change in your business? The answer is technological agility. Mark Johnson explains the necessity of translating your current (and new) technologies into tangible growth.

JP Donlon Innovation , Technology February 23 2011
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Nurturing Enterprise Innovation

Evidence of the power of innovation abounds. Witness the iPod, the $4 latte or even the now ubiquitous DVD. A [...]

JP Donlon Innovation February 23 2011
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Bob Eckert, Mattell CEO: Barbie’s Latest Accessory is Software

The days when Barbie meant doll are gone. Now, she is a full-fledged brand with products ranging from digital cameras and movie production software to bicycles. Mattel CEO Bob Eckert explains why toys are no longer just toys, but brands.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Marketing & Sales , Strategy February 1 2011

Editor in Chief JP Donlon: How CEOs Use Cultural Levers to Push Growth

As markets continue to be plagued by low economic growth and strategic life cycles become shorter, companies that don’t adapt their cultures will most likely not succeed. More and more CEOs are learning to disperse the tasks of leadership across the organization until there are leaders at every level.

JP Donlon CEO Briefing Newsletter December 1 2011
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Road to Recovery

Having turned Ford around, how will Alan Mulally grow the company and secure its future?

JP Donlon Leadership & Strategy October 31 2010
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Monsanto’s Hugh Grant, CEO of the Year 2010

Recognizing that helping farmers around the world gain access to the best technologies is in everyone’s interest, Hugh Grant has made it central to Monsanto’s strategy to partner with others—governments and NGOs—to improve food security.

JP Donlon CEO of the Year , Green Business , Leadership , Strategy June 23 2010
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Why State Economic Policies Matter

States do compete with one another for business and for people. When we queried CEOs last January on their views [...]

JP Donlon Best & Worst States April 22 2010

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