Successful leaders calculate the ROI on their decisions and actions based on a time horizon that extends beyond the end-of-quarter.
A deep dive into the sausage-making at any company reveals a fundamental truth: human behavior is as critical to success as smart strategy.
John DeLorean and his failures to make the transition from innovator to CEO can impart many lessons. Here are a few takeaways that may help inform others on that path.
Most of us don’t like to be the bearer of bad news but that responsibility comes with the territory. If you can put the impact of such news in the future and not in the ‘now,’ there’s a real chance it will be more bearable.
Megadeals! Hacks! Strikes! Protests! Airbnb! In a very crazy time for Marriott International, CEO Arne Sorenson excels by focusing on his people—and sticking to his principles.
When it comes to corporate retreats, CEOs usually have a general idea of what they want to cover and describe it to the EA, who then puts together a “topical agenda.” So, what’s the mistake?
Change is natural, and it’s high time we stopped treating it as a taboo topic. Change is an opportunity to learn, and everyone can learn together in a working environment.
According to a recent survey, 58% of private equity CEOs are replaced within two years of an investment. What gives? Why is it so hard to find the right CEO?
While philanthropy is personal and varies from company to company, there are a few best places to start if you are interested in engaging in charity for all of the right reasons
As chairman and CEO of Cambridge Engineering, John Kramer transformed the company by hiring Koch Engineering executive Marc Braun as his president and overhauling the company’s culture to reposition it for future growth.