We debriefed CEOs grappling with the threat of disruption, a dearth of ready talent and other pressing challenges of the day about their strategies for 2019. Here’s what they had to say.
Barry Lynch, manufacturing solutions company Factora Solutions, is well-versed in the language of manufacturing and Industry 4.0, having spent many years with General Electric before joining team.
Optimal Networks, Inc. CEO Heinan Landa believes gap between consumer and business technology will grow wider in 2019—and CEOs should be paying close attention.
Adam Sabloff, CEO of VirtualHealth, talked with us about how he is trying to bring the Ritz Carlton customer service mentality to a healthcare company.
Google's CEO spoke to a somewhat dour but relaxed group of Congressmen on a variety of subjects pertaining to the tech giant. But the real story may be what the hearing failed to address.
If you want to create a better culture, start with defining your company’s core values, then find ways to socialize those values using technology.
Doist CEO Amir Salihefendić says a remote work mindset allows his organization to be borderless in every way, and that this way of working is the future.
Learn from Amazon's mistake, if we want machine learning to be ethical, humans—and CEOs especially—need to stay involved in its deployment.
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?