CEOs and CFOs are already partners in driving initiatives to improve top- and bottom-line results. Digital transformation is yet another opportunity for them to work together to drive shareholder value.
CEOs need to take the lead in cybersecurity in order to ensure that their organizations are better-equipped and to deal with these ever-emerging challenges.
Every major city in the Heartland would like to consider itself an emerging digital-technology hub. But the CEO of Northwestern Mutual John Schlifske is actually trying to make it happen in Milwaukee.
Tyson Foods' new strategy may hold lessons for other CEOs in the legacy economy that are trying to figure out how to leverage interest in entrepreneurial companies and outside innovations.
Many articles and books have been written about digital transformation, yet few include practical information on what CEOs can and should do.
This is the third and final installment of an exclusive three-part series of articles from Alex Goryachev, Cisco’s managing director of innovation strategy and programs on how CEOs can create a roadmap for successful innovation programs.
Like it or not, most CEOs are fighting a losing battle when it comes to social media. They are overwhelmed and bewildered. Many have decided to essentially withdraw and leave it to others to figure out.
Crypto currencies are drawing a lot of attention in financial circles, but they also hold value as a business tool—one that could be highly relevant for CEOs in the near future.
Security breaches are what come to mind when CEOs think about cybersecurity, but there is another potential threat that is perfectly legal: Data harvesting.
According to 57.5% of CEOs, personal tech is helping the quality of interpersonal relationships and culture at their company—42.5% say it’s an impediment.