Gig CEOs face a unique set of challenges operating in the chaotic, growth-fueled gig economy, where assumptions about customer values and attitudes are ever changing and where the workforce is not only dispersed, but at times also concurrently employed by your competition.
Many CEOs delegate responsibility for cost reduction to other leaders within the business. However, that hands-off approach could be costing their companies a lot of money and strategic opportunities.
The median private company CEO total compensation package for 2017? $350,622. For the record, that’s just 6.7 times the median income for all U.S. workers, not 275 times, as some have said.
Companies can and do fail for any number of reasons. Failure based on ineffective relationships due to poor communications and ineffective negotiation is completely avoidable.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett may have created some breathing room for his tenure and opened a vista into his broader strategy with recent major moves and an upbeat quarterly earnings report from the company.
Overwhelmingly human capital and talent is reported as the number two concern among PE investors, second only to achieving growth...yet human capital is not being paid attention to.
It’s clear the end is near for our near-decade-long burst of economic growth. To ensure that the next economic downturn coincides with an innovation upturn for your business, consider these 12 action steps.
With a strategy as aggressive and risky as acquisition, there are many fundamentals that have to be put into place and operating smoothly for success. Here's one CEO's experience.
We asked 25 leaders at premier PE firms, including Bain Capital, The Carlyle Group and KKR, as well as 15 successful portfolio company CEOs. Their responses revealed six common myths that often plague new portfolio company CEOs -- and how to overcome them.
Look no further than the bombshell earnings disappointment from Kraft Heinz for confirmation of how important it is for CEOs to get “big-to-small” strategies right.