As they try to keep up with disruptive forces, companies shift their focus from human capital to social capital.
Joining the right peer network and being supported by a growing community can have numerous benefits for a CEO and his or her company.
Peer networks for CEOs have been around for decades but are becoming increasingly popular.
As an industry expert who has met the man behind the proverbial curtain, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is saying we shouldn't be too quick judge.
Founded in 1950, Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) is a nonprofit organization that connects young chief executives and presidents of non-competing companies and businesses around the globe for mutual exchange of ideas and expertise.
Being the President or the CEO of a company is not an easy job, but it doesn't have to be lonely at the top.
Vistage is one of the leading peer networks for executives of small and mid-market companies.
Vistage is an international peer group that provides regular group and individual meetings for business leaders.
At the December 2016 Digital Transformation Summit event in New York City, Dow Chemical’s Andrew Liveris received Chief Executive’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his successful transformation of a 120-year-old company.
How to get along with Trump was a favored topic among CEOs at the North American International Auto Show last week.