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.
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.
CEOs are quickly realizing that the critical cyber infrastructure that supports the global economy is now directly in the line of fire from hackers, malicious insiders, and nation-state threat actors alike.
A CEO whose $13 billion company is at the center of IoT developments in automotive, aerospace, medical devices and other manufacturing industries shares his advice on how to leverage the technology.
Machine learning can have a positive impact on your top line, your bottom line, and if you do it right, your people. Here’s how to get started.
Aslam Khan, CEO of TGI Fridays, came to the role needing to understand the challenges facing the company itself and a struggling casual dining industry at large. He used hospitality training, tech investments and people skills to get it on the right path.