According to our Jeff Cunningham, three things will be on the corporate strategy radar throughout 2019: Trump, gender equality and technology.
As CEO of global advertising and marketing agency Grey Group, Michael Houston understands the value of creativity and what it can do to set brands apart from the crowd.
Kim Rivera, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary at HP Inc. shares what her company has been doing to encourage diversity and inclusion.
J. Phillip Holloman retired as president and chief operating officer at Cintas at the end of last month, and he is experienced when it comes to the subject of diversity in business.
Leaders cannot look at the gender diversity or pay gap issue in isolation. Robust, proactive diversity and inclusion programs can pave the way for a culture of innovation and create opportunity for all.
Susan Salka, CEO of AMN Healthcare, a healthcare staffing and workforce solutions firm, says that for every two jobs posted in healthcare, only one gets filled. She talks with Chief Executive about how the industry’s shortage problem can be solved and more.
By putting their stamp on diversity initiatives as part of a proactive, robust strategy, CEOs can help their business leaders drive change from the top down.
Companies that are looking to receive support from investment giant BlackRock are going to have to put a priority on social responsibility, board diversity and long-term strategy moving forward.
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