Warren Strugatch

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Warren Strugatch is a writer, speaker and consultant based in Stony Brook, NY. He covers economic development, global business, management and marketing.

The CEO’s Guide to Hiring Consultants

Here’s what you need to know about shopping for consulting advice.

ROI-Based Consulting Contracts: The Pros and Cons

CEOs are increasingly holding consulting firms to the ROI they promise by putting it in writing.

How to Launch an Effective Cybersecurity Upgrade (That Won’t Drive You...

Relegating cybersecurity to the IT department is a commonplace but rarely effective practice. Cybersecurity cannot eliminate risk 100%— that’s impossible—but rather, it allows you to assess risk and manage it.

2016 Regional Report: The Midwest

Governor Pence’s $1 billion plan prioritizes entrepreneurship and innovation.

The Art of the Sponsorship: 3 Ways Sponsorships Can Improve your...

Global sponsorship spending is a $60.2 billion business, according to IEG’s 31st annual year-end industry review and forecast, and is projected to grow 4.7% this year. What is it that draws CEOs and CMOs to sponsorships as a brand-building tool? One CEO explains how a niched, targeted sponsorship has been effective for his business, while the event director offers 3 ways CEOs can optimize their sponsorship spends.

Regional Report: The Southeast

Workforce improvement is increasingly the new face of economic development.

Could McDonald’s’ Zero-Margin Advertising Deal with Omnicom Completely Change the Ad...

When McDonald’s decided to consolidate its nearly $1 billion annual advertising business with Omnicom Group in late summer, severing its relationship with longtime incumbent Leo Burnett, the restaurant giant reportedly required Omnicom to sign a contract that went well beyond the usual agency concessions. Industry buzz was that Omnicom must now create a new agency dedicated to the account and move its headquarters to Chicago.

Insider Tips for C-Level Summertime Entertaining

Whether it’s at the golf course or your summer retreat, at a country club reception or the VIP chalet your firm is hosting, summertime brings an uptick in business-related social activities. Here are some tips on how to maximize C-level summertime entertaining and have a good time while still conducting business. 

8 Characteristics of Great Teams, in Sports and Business

Long-time Sports Illustrated associate editor turned business consultant Don Yaeger studies high performers in sports for lessons in business leadership. Recently he conducted more than 100 interviews with some of the greatest team-builders in sports and business. From those interviews he wrote “Great Teams: 16 Things High Performing Organizations Do Differently.”  He spoke with Chief Executive about how great coaches develop championship organizations.
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CEO Optimism Drops In November Amid Election Results And Covid Spike

A new poll of more than 200 chief executives finds deep concern over the incoming Biden administration—and the dangerous direction of the pandemic.