Cross-sector collaborations are more complicated and therefore challenging to do well, but they enable companies to leverage invaluable new resources, expertise and networks.
To respond as rapidly and effectively as possible, manufacturers will have to develop innovative partnerships, secure buy-in from workers and be guided by strong government leadership.
Ford Motor CEO Jim Hackett, Steel Dynamics CEO Mark Millett, and Beaumont Health System CEO John Fox recently exemplified how the Trump economy is supposed to work.
Despite strong oppositions from President Trump, GM CEO Mary Barra’s move to streamline the automaker shows that she is a trailblazer.
CEOs in St. Louis banded together to help revitalize one of America’s most iconic landmarks: the towering Gateway Arch on the Mississippi River. Here are five lessons from their efforts in community project development.
President Trump's latest budget proposal would defund Manufacturing Extension Partnerships (MEPs).
There is a growing perception that our capitalist system is “rigged” toward the powerful and inaccessible to average citizens. Meanwhile, our political system has ground to a halt, mired in dysfunctional party politics and posturing. As a result, CEOs have generally disengaged from the ridiculousness that has become Washington, D.C. But leaving the battlefield does not mean the war has ended.
In the 1970s, before financial institutions became public shareholder owned companies, a partnership model prevailed. Following Greg Smith's infamous New York Times op-ed on Goldman's alleged money-crazed culture, Allan Grody asks the question, has globalization eviscerated the partnership culture?