Crisis Management

Era of Barra: 4 Lessons from the GM Chief’s Tenure So Far

Mary Barra has been CEO of General Motors for just three years, but already there is a mountain of lessons for other chiefs in how she has managed not only to survive but to thrive in one of the highest-profile positions of any global business leader.

CEO Credibility Crisis Claims are Overblown, Survey Suggests

People trust CEOs, it appears, so long as its their own.

CEOs Take Center Stage in the New Political Regime

CEOs have a critical role to play in reordering politics, fixing the parties, returning to the public square and working in the interest not only of business, but of the country at large.

Today’s Rapid Pace of Change Demands Modernized Leadership

Over the past decade, the pace of change has accelerated through technology, and we’ve developed a much deeper understanding of what drives human behaviors and business success. But these new realities have not been fully translated into how leaders run their companies.

CEOs in the Trump Vortex: Here are 8 Rules of Engagement So Far

President-elect Donald Trump has made America’s CEOs sit up and take notice with many of his pre-inauguration moves, ranging from one extreme—job-shaming—to the other, selecting corporate chiefs for some key cabinet posts.

7 Questions CEOs are Asking with President-Elect Trump in the Wings

Shortly after his victory was declared in the presidential race on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump said that it was the start of a “movement,” that it wasn’t about him.

Galaxy Note 7 Debacle Raises Questions Over Samsung Leadership Style

The disastrous and embarrassing recall of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone is showing CEOs that while a top-down leadership culture might help get things done quickly, it doesn't necessarily mean they'll get done right.

Eagle Pharmaceuticals CEO Scott Tariff Talks about Staying the Course

Riddled with bunkers, the path of a startup drug company demands perseverance and adaptability.

Lessons Learned from the Wells Fargo Debacle

CEOs, like many others, are doubtless shaking their heads over Wells Fargo’s announcement last week that it would pay $5 million to customers and $185 million in penalties for allegedly having signed customers up for more than 2 million deposit and credit card accounts.

4 Things CEOs Can Learn from Captain Chesley Burnett “Sully” Sullenberger

As the movie Sully cleaned up at the box office for the second week in a row, we took a look at lessons other CEOs and leaders could learn from Captain Sullenberger's split-second decisions.
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THOUGHT LEADERS

How to Respond When Bosses Misbehave

With all the bad CEO behavior out there lately, is it time to press reset?

Stops and Starts Along the Road to Globalization

Globalization hasn't stopped, it's simply on pause. What we’re seeing is not a reversal but a correction—a necessary rebalancing and search for equilibrium.

How the Org Chart has Given Way to the Network and Why it Matters

As they try to keep up with disruptive forces, companies shift their focus from human capital to social capital.

How Mark Vergnano Turned Around DuPont’s Failing Spin-Off

Stepping into a negative situation is never easy, but Mark Vergnano's step-by-step plan to turn around the company is proving successful.

CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

Last 12 Months: CEO Confidence is on a Steady Uptick

Although it has dipped slightly in the last two months, CEO confidence made significant strides in the...

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