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Apple’s Cook Among CEOs Revamping Their Board of Directors

Need to overcome an embarrassing situation, rescue your brand from financial disaster, shift the company in a new direction or shore up some expertise in a currently weak area? It may be time to make a change to your board, as these companies are.

Lynn Russo Whylly Boards of Directors July 14 2014

Data Hacking: What Board Members Need to Know

Boards of directors are finding themselves in a position of having to shore up their tech skills in an area where, a year ago, they didn’t have any skills at all beyond simply asking the CTO, “Is our data security working? Great. Good. Have a nice day.” Now they’re struggling simply to understand the right questions to ask.

Lynn Russo Whylly Boards of Directors , Data Security/Cyber Security July 14 2014

Smart Manufacturing in the Mid-Size Company

How big do you need to be to make intelligent machinery and processes work for your company?

Russ Banham Manufacturing July 14 2014

What Every Company Can Learn from the Best Smart Manufacturers

The Next Generation of manufacturing holds a great promise—and profit.

William J. Holstein Manufacturing July 14 2014

CEO Positions of the Week – 7/14/14

Find your next career move. These companies are looking for great CEOs.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Positions July 10 2014

Tomorrow’s CEOs Will Be Increasingly Female, and Will Have Different Skills Than Today’s CEOs

Today, there are just 20 women CEOs in the entire Fortune 500, but a recent study projects that number will change dramatically over the next 20 years.

Dale Buss HR/Employee Strategies July 10 2014

It’s Time to Have a Frank Talk With Your Leadership Team About the Future

Businesses of every size across every sector are facing disruptive transformations today.

Lynn Russo Whylly Leadership & Strategy , Profitability/Growth July 10 2014

Companies Seeing Backlash Over Moving Their Headquarters Overseas

As more corporate CEOs investigate whether changing the company’s headquarters from the United States will reduce burdensome taxes, the situation involving the latest company in the news chain—Walgreen—could be instructive for other CEOs.

Dale Buss Global Business July 10 2014

CEO Health Should be Part of Ongoing Succession Planning Discussions

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, who recently announced he had been diagnosed with throat cancer, is not the first corporate leader to disclose health issues. But without a manual to follow, CEOs and boards are often in a quandary about the best way to release information and manage the publicity around the situation.

Dale Buss Health & Fitness July 10 2014

Why the Judges Chose Bob Iger as CEO of the Year

With a formidable list of finalists, members of the 2014 Chief Executive of the Year selection committee faced a tough choice, but they concluded that Disney’s Bob Iger merited the honor. Comments from each of the judges follow.

Lynn Russo Whylly CEO of the Year July 10 2014

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