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INfact: Business Facts for March 2010

Number of miles of railroad track controlled by Warren Buffett in 2010: 13,000  Number of miles controlled by Cornelius Vanderbilt [...]

John Kador Global Business March 8 2010

INfact: Business Facts for May 2010

Information begins with facts, which can be assembled to identify trends. Put it all together to derive knowledge. Presenting Chief Executive’s INfact.

John Kador Global Business April 28 2010

Leveraging Social Media to Collaborate with Employees and Customers

If you’re not speaking for yourself, others will speak for you.

John Kador CEO Briefing Newsletter March 22 2013

Managing a CEO’s Scarcest Resource—Time

Most CEOs have a bias toward action, says Daniel Patrick Forrester, author of Consider: Harnessing the Power of Reflective Thinking in Your Organization. “This instinct may not always serve their organizations well. Many leaders say they want results, yet what they’re actually saying is that they want speed. But without time for reflection, they just get to a faulty destination that much faster.

John Kador Leadership & Strategy , Personal Effectiveness March 2 2011

More Women, More Success

Recent studies suggest that bringing women up through the ranks to senior leadership positions has a direct impact on corporate [...]

John Kador Leadership & Strategy November 15 2011

Schwab Makes His Move

The inside story on how Charles Schwab and his board finally agreed it was time for the fatigued founder to step aside.

John Kador March 1 2003
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The CEO Coach Conundrum

Coaching can elevate your game or get in the way. Here’s how to make it work for you.

John Kador August 4 2010
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The Next Tipping Point: Women’s Economic Influence

Your customer is changing—and you may not even know it. The Nielsen Company estimates that almost all income growth in the U.S. over the past 15-20 years is generated by women exercising their growing economic influence.

John Kador November 15 2011

The Perils of Scientific Illiteracy

“Apple employs 700,000 factory workers in China because we can’t find the 30,000 engineers in the U.S. that we need on site at our plants,” Apple CEO Steve Jobs told President Obama. “If you could educate those engineers, we could move more manufacturing jobs here.” Jobs made the point that American competitiveness was being hollowed out by immigration policies that educate a growing number of foreign engineers at the best U.S. universities then immediately send them home.

John Kador Global Business February 1 2012
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The Pricing Predicament

CEOs are often the last defense against unrestrained discounting that degrades margins and destroys value.

John Kador Leadership & Strategy , Sales September 8 2010

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