Many articles and books have been written about digital transformation, yet few include practical information on what CEOs can and should do.
Companies must find the formula to add value in the digital transformation era. Otherwise, they risk delivering the most advanced digital platforms while eroding their profits and financial sustainability.
Michael Connors, CEO of Information Services Group (ISG), has overseen impressive growth in the company’s 12 years of business. He credits this to a focus on an entrepreneurial spirit, a focus on client-centric services, a strong values system, and more.
A recent interview shares insights into how Jeff Bezos thinks about strategy and innovation, and structures his personal activities and those of the company to get done what he wants to get done. Here are five useful takeaways.
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.
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.
As digital transformation continues to take hold across a wide range of industries, forcing chief executives to rethink, and in some cases entirely upend, their organization’s traditional business models.
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.
Learn why the innovation of business leaders is actually creating jobs faster than automation and technology are destroying them.