In this op-ed, Henry Schein CEO Stanley Bergman says if we embrace the idea of treating patients as human beings who are worthy of sincere attention and care, then we will truly put ourselves on the road toward healing each other and, perhaps, the healthcare system itself.
It is a cliche to say ‘digital is eating the world,’ but the reality is the world is gorging on digital, like tourists at a salad bar. But the switch between the old and new is going one way
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.
A common mistake in digital transformation programs is putting too much emphasis on technology, while undervaluing everything that makes technology actually work—people, processes, culture and mind-set.
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.
The problem with prematurely abandoning old and existing businesses is that even better and cheaper offerings don’t always scale when you think they will.
When you’re making these ethical decisions as an organization, you have to ensure that your customer doesn’t feel like you’re violating their trust. Otherwise you could leave the customer feeling like they’re being violated or exploited.
Chief Executive spoke to the former CEO of Cisco, John Chambers about how establish companies can cultivate startup cultures and why CEOs must be vulnerable.
Like a professional sports team, SentryOne prefers to “draft” and bring people into its culture rather hire a bunch of expensive free agents that already have their own culture.
The Digital Manufacturing and Design Institute (DMDII) by UI Labs on Goose Island in Chicago became the first advanced-manufacturing institute to get follow-on funding, thanks in part to the effectiveness of Illinois representatives on Capitol Hill.