Strategy

Health Care’s Paper Chase

  When George C. Halvorson thought he had a bone spur in his shoulder, he went to Kaiser Permanente for an X-ray€¦quot;after all, he's...

Bose’s Sound Strategy

Bose says it's been able to innovate better than public companies.

Harnessing Innovation

Corporate VC arms fund smaller companies with big ideas.

The Global Growth Imperative

Asian Markets Are Major Theme of CEO Summit

Companies Be Nimble

Developing true agility is tougher than it looks. After years of hard work, CEOs are still searching for the best way to pick up speed.

How to Mix Business with the Bible

Chris Hobgood's work varies weekly. On any given day, his job may take him to a hospital, a courtroom or a jail. He often...

Shaheen’s Advice Machine

George Shaheen suspects knowledge capital will be the business currency of the 21st century-and he wants Andersen Consulting to be able to coin it.

CEO Strategies To Increase Share Price

Shareholder value, the CEO mantra of the 1990s, is like Victorian sex, more discussed than consummated. CE gathered a number of heavy breathers who argue that there are many things CEOs can do (legally) to create the valuation they think is merited.

Environmentalist, Heal Thyself

HEALING THE PLANET: STRATEGIES FOR RESOLVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS By Paul R. Erlich and Anne H. Erlich, Addison-Wesley, 366 pp., $22.95.FREE MARKET ENVIRONMENTALISM By...
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New Poll: CEOs Find Challenges In Using Customer Data To Drive Innovation

Ability to harness and sort through data for meaningful insights remains a hurdle, many say. “The key is...finding what is actually relevant.”

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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

In Poll, Majority of CEOs Say Hybrid Work Is Here to Stay for 2022. Full Virtual? Not so Much

Almost all the CEOs we surveyed in May say they will work in at least partially hybrid mode for the rest of the year—versus just 7 percent who said they'd be fully remote.