Former P&G CEO A.G. Lafley was looking for a way to “allow transparency to guide decisions.” What he discovered was the scientific method, a problem-solving device used by inventors from Leonardo to Steve Jobs.
The CEO, and the Board, have some positive frontiers to navigate with strategic teams that are prepared, highly engaged and resolved.
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.
Leaders set the tone for what happens in their organizations, so it stands to reason that inclusion must begin at the top.
Next month the iconic satirical MAD Magazine prints its last new issue. The infamous motto of its fictitious mascot is the grinning Alfred E. Neuman was...
The need to be agile, innovative, adaptive, responsive, and entrepreneurial has never been more vital. We must resist the comforting call of complacency and not assume that our past approach will continue to work.
33Across CEO Eric Wheeler talks about the company’s massive turnaround and how transparency allowed them to move forward with their employees.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson and NBCUniversal CEO Stephen Burke are making bold moves in turning down sizable licensing revenues in the hopes that people will flock to their standalone streaming services. Will it work out?
What do Blockbuster, IKEA and Henry Ford have in common? They all offer varying degrees of business advice from the past that is still relevant to CEOs.