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.
Dogs aren’t just a man’s best friend. For Embark CEO Ryan Boyko, they’re a culmination of a career in science and DNA. Boyko talked with Chief Executive about the potential business opportunities in dog DNA and how he transitioned from a career in science to running a business.
The fourth industrial revolution is upon us, but what does that mean for CEOs? It means investing in crucial technologies, even if it feels uncomfortable.
Guy Yehiav, CEO of Profitect, a prescriptive analytics software company based in Burlington, Mass., has learned two vital strategies when implementing large-scale tech projects. 1) Move fast and 2) simplify.
Joe Rubinsztain, CEO of ChronWell, talks with Chief Executive about the trends of consumer-driven healthcare, the lack of risks taken by the insurance industry, and non-traditional consolidation between payers and providers.
Chief Executive spoke to Delphix founder Jed Yueh about the data security issues CEOs should be focusing on, the keys to operating successful organizations in the digital age.
Fjuri CEO Thom Gruhler talks about how his experience as a CMO has influenced him as CEO and the things CEOs need to know about marketing and technology.
For some companies, advances in manufacturing automation, analytics and cloud technology have converged, helping them attain new levels of efficiency, supply chain flexibility and quality.
With 15,700 global employees serving more than 2 million customers in more than 125 countries, Avnet CEO Bill Amelio needs to stay on top a lot of moving pieces each day.