Companies struggle to define and apply the right metrics to their innovation efforts, often setting out to “do innovation” without explicitly defined goals. Three steps to fix that.
While transparency and authenticity have long been buzzwords, it is now being demanded that they be the pillars upon which every decision is made. Can leaders rise to the occasion?
Chicago, Grand Rapids and Columbus are emerging as ideal locations for manufacturers looking to up their digital game.
A roundup of the work trends ushered in by Covid and a forecast of which ones are likeliest—and least likely—to survive.
From the outside looking in, stalled tech companies and those experiencing skyrocketing levels of growth seem to be facing totally different challenges—but they share a common denominator.
VC cofounder Kvamme believes digitization of industry increasingly favors Midwestern outposts like Ohio capital.
Thanks to the boom in remote work, and increased focus on security measures that protect the increasingly nebulous and vulnerable edges of an organization’s network, this new acronym is suddenly on the tongues of C-suite leaders.
Following a year of resets, CEOs must focus on taking strategic actions that are not based on the pandemic past or the unknown crisis of the future.
Given the pile-up of urgent tasks on the CEO's desk in recent months, it's no wonder IoT has taken a back seat. But there are three specific focus areas where CEOs should be taking the lead to ensure successful IoT investment.
Our world likely will remain in a hybrid model well beyond the end of this pandemic, which means we must be providing products and services that allow customers to choose between the real-world or virtual-world version of the same experience.