Organizations risk becoming disoriented and losing their way in a maze of digital uncertainty as they grapple with complex technology, data proliferation, increased regulation and a debilitating skills shortage.
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Aslam Khan, CEO of TGI Fridays, came to the role needing to understand the challenges facing the company itself and a struggling casual dining industry at large. He used hospitality training, tech investments and people skills to get it on the right path.
For some companies, advances in manufacturing automation, analytics and cloud technology have converged, helping them attain new levels of efficiency, supply chain flexibility and quality.
Is one face-to-face conversation better than 34 emails? Dan Schawbel, workplace guru and bestselling author, seems to think so. He says CEOs need to make sure their employees feel connected.
FairWarning CEO Kurt Long has founded three companies over the course of his career and has learned the importance of partnering with outside investors to help take them to the next level.
With 15,700 global employees serving more than 2 million customers in more than 125 countries, Avnet CEO Bill Amelio needs to stay on top a lot of moving pieces each day.
Through his experiences in coaching Little League baseball, Upper Hand CEO Kevin MacCauley was inspired to launch a business that solution that allowed sports organizations to spend less time on administrative duties.
As president of the world’s largest elevator company, Otis Elevator Co.’s Judy Marks knows that standing pat isn’t an option—especially for an industry leader.
A CEO needs to enlist the entire company in the effort to establish common metrics around cyber risk, building a culture of security through open dialogue, planning and testing.