Leadership/Management

U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey: How the Army Manages Transformation

Like any large, complex organization that must adapt to new realities, the U.S. Army seeks to knock down silos and rethink the way it looks at itself. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., talks about what it takes to modernize a 1.1 million person organization, where getting people to embrace change is the key.

Philips Electronics CEO Scott Weisenhoff: Fine-Tuning Philips

At Royal Philips Electronics, heading a $9 billion market is apparently not quite enough responsibility for one executive. The organization’s matrix management structure gives...

QlikTech CEO Lars Bjork: Swedish Sensation

When Lars Bjork joined the nascent business intelligence software company QlikTech in 2000, it was a tiny entity with 35 people and $2 million...

Innovation for CEO’s

Innovation is one of the most misunderstood concepts; time to clear things up

Best Companies for Leaders


What makes a company attractive for talent, and what kind of company develops the best leaders?

Alcan Packaging CEO Ilene Gordon: Passion for Packaging

Packaging isn’t terribly sexy—but don’t tell Ilene Gordon that. To hear the president and CEO of Paris, France-based, Alcan Packaging tell it, there’s plenty...

LSI Logic CEO Abhi Talwalkar: Chipping Away

When Abhi Talwalkar agreed to take the top post at LSI Logic in May 2005, he knew he was in for a wild ride....

Polycom CEO Robert Hagerty: Video Vanguard

For decades, videoconferencing was touted as The Next Big Thing for companies, promising to bring far-flung employees together in a virtual huddle realistic enough...

Three Questions Every Innovation-Minded CEOs Should Ask

Growth was hard enough before the world economy hit speed bumps in 2008. With industries colliding, competitors springing up in every corner of the...

Common CEO Mistakes

A critical aspect of Wall Street and investor appraisal of a company entails evaluating management: gauging executive quality, character and values. Executive demeanor speaks...
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