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Author Archives: Jennifer Pellet

As editor-at-large at Chief Executive magazine, Jennifer Pellet writes feature stories and CEO roundtable coverage and also edits various sections of the publication.

Bob Greifeld: Navigating Nasdaq’s Future

The year is 2003. You’re taking the helm at the world’s first electronic stock market, which, until relatively recently, was owned and operated by a regulatory organization but is now its own publicly traded entity.

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Leadership Lessons From West Point

Chief Executive Group’s team members recently fl exed their leadership skills—and their muscles—during a full-day program of seminars and outdoor activities at the Eisenhower Leadership Center.

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The Role of the CFO

How broadening the finance chief’s role can enhance CEO effectiveness.

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Total Transformation: Morphing a Research-Oriented Specialty Materials Company Into a Niche Manufacturer

When Daniel Rooney joined SCI Engineered Materials in 2002, the company’s focus was still largely the same as it had been at its inception in 1987—exploring the market potential of what was then a newly discovered, high temperature, superconductivity material called YBCO.

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Value Creation in the Era of Smart, Connected Products

In 2012, for the first time, the number of devices connected to the Internet surpassed the total number of humans on the planet. By the end of the decade, predictions call for as many as 50 billion smart, connected devices.

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Steve Bradshaw’s Oklahoma Story

Over the last two decades, while scores of other regional banks struggled or were snapped up by nationals, BOK Financial has quietly thrived, expanding its operations from 20 branches within Oklahoma to nine West South Central states.

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