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“The Data-Enabled CEO”- 5 Steps to Turn Data Insights into Competitive Business Advantages

Today’s CEOs face a host of complex business challenges, including how to harness disparate streams of data to generate pragmatic insights and deliver increased profitability. The difficulty CEOs face is not in obtaining the data, but in determining how to effectively use it in order to make intelligent business decisions and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

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3 Suggestions to Consider When Building Your Cyber Strategy

As cybersecurity has arguably become the boardroom issue, directors are pressing CEOs to ensure cyber risks are addressed with urgency. As major breaches continue, it’s not just CIOs’ careers at risk, but CEOs’ too. What should CEOs be doing to ensure their name doesn’t headline as the victim of the next big breach? Here are three suggestions.

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Disruptive Technologies Are Keeping CEOs on Their Toes

The constant speed of change in most industries is similar to the blur of a car driving on the Autobahn. But if change is the road traveled, disruptive technologies are the vehicle. And just as drivers must be acutely aware of the car on either side of them on a highway, so too must CEOs be acutely aware of the competitors running alongside their company, lest they be disrupted.

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3 Ways a CEO Can Stop Activist Investors Before They Attack


No company, regardless of size, profitability or cash stockpile, is immune from an activist investor attack. Power players like Apple, Pepsi, Microsoft and Netflix with tons of cash and generous dividends that outperform their peers have successfully been attacked and forced to change course. Proctor & Gamble’s attacker owned less than 1% of the firm and orchestrated an event that ousted the CEO and forced a change in corporate strategy.

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