The business environment in which CEOs operate today is unlike anything experienced in past corporate life. Each decade following World War II has brought greater competition, regulation, scrutiny, and complexity—making the CEO’s role as leader, strategist and visionary incredibly demanding.
Key Takeaways Determine your primary assets and assess your vulnerabilities to a sudden decline in one or more of them. Challenge strategic assumptions, stress test your...
How does BioSante, a small pharmaceutical company that took in $2.5 million in revenue in 2010, expect to compete in the multi-billion dollar pharma industry? By being patient, outlasting the pharma giants, and introducing a new drug to fill a gap in the market.
There is a direct, and measurable, relationship between employee engagement and a company's success. Want to increase your earnings per share by almost 30%? Get your employees involved.
Clarity. Unity. Agility. By mobilizing your employees, you ramp up your execution. Jocelyn Davis explains how to achieve strategic speed by focusing on people.
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In the new economy, value isn't where it once was. Solid, quantifiable assets like plants, equipment and inventory are now often far less indicative...
I've visited with a lot of CEO's who were interested in knowing what to have on their radar screens at all times. I call these...