With today’s digital economy perpetuating the notion of “disrupt or die,” simply saying you are innovative or lumping innovation efforts in with R&D and product development are not enough. To survive and thrive, all organizations need an innovation program.
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Nick Mehta, CEO of Gainsight, a customer success management software platform, shares how he recruits and retains talent, specifically in Silicon Valley in the midst of a boom economy.
Todd Piett, CEO of Rave Mobile Safety, says in this day and age, investments into safety aren’t just about doing the right thing, they are about avoiding the astronomically high cost of failure.
Communication is no longer a ‘soft skill.’ It is the fundamental skill CEOs need their employees to have if they want to gain a competitive edge in the age of AI.
In a new book, former Homeland Security Director Michael Chertoff argues that unless our legal structures change, the main casualty of the big-data revolution won’t be our privacy—it could be our autonomy.
Managing contracts efficiently and effectively is at the core of business success, giving companies the ability to uncap and accelerate growth.
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Organizations risk becoming disoriented and losing their way in a maze of digital uncertainty as they grapple with complex technology, data proliferation, increased regulation and a debilitating skills shortage.
Want a crash course in coping with technology-driven change? Learn from the master and serial disruptor Dean Kamen.