Many articles and books have been written about digital transformation, yet few include practical information on what CEOs can and should do.
This is the third and final installment of an exclusive three-part series of articles from Alex Goryachev, Cisco’s managing director of innovation strategy and programs on how CEOs can create a roadmap for successful innovation programs.
Like it or not, most CEOs are fighting a losing battle when it comes to social media. They are overwhelmed and bewildered. Many have decided to essentially withdraw and leave it to others to figure out.
Crypto currencies are drawing a lot of attention in financial circles, but they also hold value as a business tool—one that could be highly relevant for CEOs in the near future.
Security breaches are what come to mind when CEOs think about cybersecurity, but there is another potential threat that is perfectly legal: Data harvesting.
According to 57.5% of CEOs, personal tech is helping the quality of interpersonal relationships and culture at their company—42.5% say it’s an impediment.
Companies must find the formula to add value in the digital transformation era. Otherwise, they risk delivering the most advanced digital platforms while eroding their profits and financial sustainability.
Amazon, Apple and other big tech companies are knocking at the door in healthcare—ready to give an infusion of innovation. Sundeep Bhan, CEO of Prognos and serial healthcare entrepreneur, says it’s about time.
Employees and vendors top a company’s list of cyber vulnerabilities. Here’s what to do about it.
Arguments that regulating high-tech will crater the companies aren’t as compelling as the tech titans will have us believe.