No industry is safe from disruption by a scrappy startup with brand new innovation.
A.G. Lafley doesn’t buy the notion that U.S. businesses are drastically short on talent, as some management consulting firms have posited recently.
In 2011, Ohio Gov. John Kasich came into office after a massive national recession, and Ohio needed a strong jobs boost.
Kodak. Blackberry. AOL. Blockbuster. The list of companies that were once pioneers in their markets, lauded for their prescience and innovative excellence and are now either lagging the pack or gone completely, is a long one.
Much ado is made of Millennial workers’ collective preference for clear direction, frequent feedback, recognition for achievement and the freedom to work autonomously. But, asks Greg Watt, president and CEO of WATT Global Media, isn’t that ultimately what all employees want?