CEOs share insights on culling actionable information out of mountains of Big Data.
CEOs are increasingly holding consulting firms to the ROI they promise by putting it in writing.
As they try to keep up with disruptive forces, companies shift their focus from human capital to social capital.
Heading into 2017, Chief Executive asked business leaders from across industries and the nation for a gut check on today’s operating environment and their hopes and fears for the year ahead. Here’s what they had to say.
Lots of business leaders talk about encouraging ideas to bubble up from the mid-ranks of their companies.
Managing "to" results instead of "by" results can cause executives to chase the wrong goal, resulting in near obsession to hold managers accountable without paying any attention to the behaviors underneath the results.
Although still wary of the global economy and the effect government policies will have on profit margins, CEOs are clearly feeling confident enough to begin shifting their focuses from pure survival mode to looking for growth opportunities.
Just 39 percent of CEOs and board leaders believe their divisional and department leaders can drive successful strategy execution.
Mark Zuckerberg's acquisition of Oculus only took three and a half days. Your acquisitions will likely not be as quick or as easy, but there are ways to cut out some of the red tape and ensure they will be just as fruitful as Facebook's.