By eliminating bad software wherever you find it, you’ll not only help rid the world of a dangerous phenomenon, you’ll give your own business the best chance of avoiding extinction.
With so much consolidation in the tech space, CEOs and CMOs are once again faced with the age-old dilemma – should an organization buy a suite or best-of-breed marketing solution?
Is Facebook's business model so insidious that it must be broken up by regulators, or can a change of leadership faces save the business?
CEOs should follow the trail laid down by Amazon—the hundreds of locales around the nation that may not be right for HQ2 (or even an HQ for you), but would be a great place for a satellite office or expansion site.
In his third go-around as CEO, this time at Austin, Texas-based Compeat, Jeffrey Stone is tackling software for the restaurant industry. He talks with us about the challenges the company faces with the always-evolving restaurant industry.
Amazon selected a pair “second headquarters” in New York City and Northern Virginia. It's a case of the tech rich getting richer and Flyover Country continuing to have to bootstrap its way to digital relevance.
CEOs and CFOs are already partners in driving initiatives to improve top- and bottom-line results. Digital transformation is yet another opportunity for them to work together to drive shareholder value.
CEOs need to take the lead in cybersecurity in order to ensure that their organizations are better-equipped and to deal with these ever-emerging challenges.
Every major city in the Heartland would like to consider itself an emerging digital-technology hub. But the CEO of Northwestern Mutual John Schlifske is actually trying to make it happen in Milwaukee.
Tyson Foods' new strategy may hold lessons for other CEOs in the legacy economy that are trying to figure out how to leverage interest in entrepreneurial companies and outside innovations.