You don't have choose between change and stability. In fact, change without stability will lead to erosion of traditional values and consistency.
John Flannery’s sudden ouster at GE after a mere 13 months on the job by a newly constituted board startled many peer CEOs, as well as analysts, investors and employees. When your company hits a bump in the road, will your board have your back—or back you right out the door?
A recent article shed light on Elon Musk’s stubbornness and unwillingness to adopt other companies’ successful car production methods, much to the detriment of Tesla.
A peer network can help CEOs deal with their loneliness problem. Moreover, with the right people, addressing the right questions, peer networks can provide many of the benefits common to any strong community: information, cooperation, support, guidance, insight.
In some regard, the camera will always be on a CEO. Donatella Giacometti, Chief Communications Strategist for CEO MEDIA COACH Inc., offers a few tips for CEOs who may not be as familiar with the camera.
Snap, parent company of social media platform Snapchat, is having well-publicized issues, with executive departures and a deteriorating morale. Here are three strategies the company can take to get back on track.
Imagine you showed up for work at a new position and found the business required much more than your skills; it demanded your personal transformation. That’s what CEOs are saying their experience is like.
If you’re leading through complex times, you could do a lot worse than grabbing some how-to tips from Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR and LBJ. Pulitzer-Prize winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin shares some insights for CEOs who may not be fighting the Civil War or WWII, but still face their own leadership challenges.
Highlights from a recent speech by Jeff Bezos at an event hosted The Economic Club of Washington DC. In the speech, Bezos hit on a variety of topics, including telling the audience that he’d soon announce the location of Amazon’s second headquarters.
The top CEOs are architects, not firefighters. If you decide to change how you invest your time, change from being a firefighter to an architect, by working on the business model, your people, and profitability.