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.
33Across CEO Eric Wheeler talks about the company’s massive turnaround and how transparency allowed them to move forward with their employees.
As agile platform pioneers continue to rapidly grow, many traditional product companies have been too slow to both realize the importance of platforms and develop a clear and compelling platform strategy.
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?
Paul Barber, CEO of Prophix, had a growing profitable business across the border in Canada for years as a software distributor. Then NAFTA happened and essentially killed that market, forcing Prophix to do a U-turn.
Xerox President and COO Steve Bandrowczak talked with Chief Executive about how the 113-year old company is evolving, staying relevant and making big investments into innovation.
GE didn’t change quickly enough and Lehman changed too fast. Transformations go wrong because of the timing, the team, and in some cases, the strategy.
David MacNeil, the CEO of WeatherTech, has turned Super Bowl advertising into an unapologetic platform for what matters most to him as an entrepreneur and an individual.
Scott O’Neill, CEO of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE), the parent company of the Sixers and the New Jersey Devils, talks with us about a winning culture, the emergence of sports gambling in the U.S. and much more.
Landec CEO Molly Hemmeter says the company has ridden a wave of health-conscious consumers who crave fresh, natural healthy foods. But staying ahead of the curve in a trillion-dollar industry means innovation is essential.