How do you grow a closely held business process outsourcing joint venture into one of the country’s larger and faster growing healthcare technology companies? Change the culture.
Will Larry Fink's prod to CEOs change the way performance is viewed by institutional investors or simply politicize an issue that has persisted for generations?
The Southwest continues to grow as a hub for tech, finance and data centers, attracting companies with a business-friendly environment, high quality of life and relatively low cost of living.
This article illustrates what VUCA looks like from the CEO’s perspective, highlighting specific disruptors—technology, competitors and market forces—that are impacting companies.
Acquiring a company is no easy task; and for some employees involved, it can be downright traumatic.
A New York-based medical device maker, PAVmed is using innovative technologies and a unique business model to bring products to market more quickly and for much less cost. But the model could apply to almost any business.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne recently told analysts something no leader of the company once known as Chrysler ever has been able to say: “FCA is positioned to be a top performer.”
Looking forward, companies of all sizes should focus on developments that will affect the sources of power they will need to run their businesses.
Why did the most experienced woman in Silicon Valley, Meg Whitman, 61, leave venerable Hewlett Packard to join a mobile content startup venture aptly named NewTV? Because Jeffrey Katzenberg, former co-founder of Dreamworks SKG, asked her to.
The U.S. Army coined the acronym VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous), in the 1990s to describe the post-Cold War operational environment. It applies to businesses today in many ways.