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Zebra Technologies CEO Anders Gustafsson: Defending Its Stripes

Anders Gustafsson maps a future for Zebra Technologies.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Interviews , Marketing , Strategy January 21 2010

Yogurt Culture Goes Global

DARTS & ROSESROSE…JAMIE HOUGHTON of Corning. After the fiber optic collapse, it looked like it was time to turn out [...]

Chief Executive Strategy August 1 2004

World Class

Non-American CEOs are having a big impact at traditional U.S. companies.

Dale Buss Strategy April 1 2004

Why You Should Pay Attention to Digital Strategy & Corporate Innovation

Digital strategy implementation is no longer a choice, it is a necessity. And a compelling website is now the price-of-admission in most industries. Even in low-tech industries, exploring digital strategies and innovation can revolutionize a business.

Tim Bourgeois Leadership & Strategy , Leadership & Strategy , Strategy , Technology June 9 2011

Why U.S. Telecom Companies Need to Get Out of the Pipeline Business

The U.S. telecom landscape is shifting quickly and companies rethinking their traditional business models. No longer are service providers known positively for their infrastructure (AT&T is blamed when there’s a dropped call on a beloved iPhone), but rather phone companies are praised for their products. To solve these problems, the U.S. should look to India.

Vijay Govindarajan and Jan Timothy Woodcock Operations , Outsourcing , Strategy June 14 2011

Why the Only Successful Companies in the Future Will Be Software Companies

Your products and services—what you do—are the foundation of your business. Without your products and services, you have no business. But everything else—how you attract and touch customers, how you partner with suppliers, how your employees interact both internally and externally—everything else is software.

Joel Basgall Strategy , Technology June 9 2014
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Why Businesses Should Shift from Cost Management to Cost Leadership

Instead of cost management, it’s time for CEOs to practice cost leadership. Cost leadership is reflected in a culture that, independent of macroeconomic circumstances, pursues a low cost, high-quality, customer-centric approach to managing the business. By doing this, you can turn cost consciousness into a strategic position and sustain your business.

Jonathan Schiff and Allen Schiff Global Business , Leadership & Strategy , Operations , Strategy June 17 2011

Why B2C Companies Are Shifting Their Digital Offerings to the Forefront

Many consumer products companies are turning their tech capabilities—which for most organizations have served as business enablers rather than product offerings in their own right—into key competitive differentiators. And marketing their digital offerings is having a positive effect on brand equity and stock price.

Dale Buss Marketing , Strategy June 12 2014

Whose Ox Was Gore-d?

Global warming has now officially joined the ranks of topics it is no longer acceptable to make light of. Due [...]

Joe Queenan Strategy September 1 2006

Who’s Winning the Game?

 I confess that throughout my many years in various forms of international business journalism, I have tried to analyze economic [...]

Chief Executive Strategy July 1 2004

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