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CEOs Tackle Technology

In November, more than 65 CEOs gathered in Silicon Valley to assess how mobile, cloud, social media and analytic technologies are altering the ways companies and consumers function on a daily basis—and ultimately transforming the competitive landscape. In partnership with the Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Education, Chief Executive hosted one of its signature CEO-only events at Stanford’s Schwab ...

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The Case for Establishing a ‘Digital Strategy’ C-Level Office

Spending on digital-related initiatives and activities now accounts for 10% or more of all expenses at many companies — and that spending is forecasted to increase at double-digit rates for the foreseeable future across most industry segments. The City of New York just hired a Chief Digital Officer. Most major ad agencies have a CDO too. Should your company hire a c-level digital officer too?

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Take One Tablet and Call Me in the Morning

Whenever an amazing new technology debuts, entrepreneurs start producing accessories or applications that can be used to enhance the end user’s experience. These add-ons can range from sophisticated phone apps to elegant docking units to tiny loudspeakers to colorful carrying cases.

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CEO Online Exclusive: Effective Blogging

As a supplement to The View from Social Media: Should CEOs Have Personal Blogs?, here are some additional articles on effective blogging for CEOs: Chief Executive’s Top Ten CEO Blogs The Risks of CEO Blogging Do’s and Don’ts for CEO bloggers Checklist: Is Blogging Right For You?

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Checklist: Is Blogging Right for You?

If you can answer “Yes” to four or more of the following questions, chances are you will enjoy and succeed at blogging. Do you enjoy writing and have a knack for it? If it’s a burden to write a staff announcement, blogging is probably not for you. Y/N _____ Are you a thought leader? Do you write articles, publish op-ed ...

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Do’s and Don’ts for CEO Bloggers

Do Authentically share insight and information. Encourage and support feedback. Take responsibility for developing readership. Invest the time in thoughtfully reflecting on blog topics. Post at least once a week. Don’t Outsource the writing task. Your own voice is critical. Be self-serving. Avoid corporate-speak. Be too formal. Abuse the trust of customers, employees or readers. Be boring.

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