“The Survival Curve of a Brand” shows the brand at any point in its life which could be great, average, in a demise, in a death spiral or in a recovery or rebound.
The Hardest Lesson to Learn as a CEO
Siegwerk India completes 10 years, announces Ashish Pradhan as new CEO
The India arm of the German ink manufacturer Siegwerk, celebrated its 10 years in India with a gathering of its clients at Hotel The Leela Ambience, Gurgaon, on...
How Should CEOs Use Their Time?
What a CEO’s schedule tells you about their company In terms of work, you have only two choices. Everything you do can be categorized as one or the other: people or projects. To accomplish a goal , you must work either with people or a project. Put another way, all work is either relational or creative. Either you work with people – meet, talk, present , communicate, listen, watch, etc. – or you work on projects – design, code, write, build, create, produce,…
What Makes Inlanta Great? Ask Our CEO & COO!
This past year has been one of growth and great opportunity for our company, Inlanta Mortgage, and as we continue to expand our team of rock star professionals, we asked ourselves the question- what makes Inlanta great? We wondered, what … Continue reading →
The Counterintuitive Way Smart CEOs Work
Great CEOs rarely enter into Player Mode. Rather, his or her first move is to find someone else to do the work.
How big data is redefining the CEO, CFO and COO roles
CIOs are in the best position as the originator and gatekeeper of data and as a fellow C-suite observer to comment on changing C-suite roles.
7 Social Media Tips for CEOs
Businesses can no longer afford to have top leaders sit on the social media sidelines, a new study finds. More than three-quarters of executives worldwide believe it is a good i...
This is how successful CEOs spend their time
It’s certainly not glamorous: They spend over 70% of their time in meetings.
Why a CEO’s Digital IQ Matters
Leaders who understand and pay attention to technology can make the difference between success and failure.
How Target’s CEO Inspires Teamwork At A Massive Scale
Attention: Do you want your staff to collaborate as seamlessly as Target’s 365,000-strong workforce? Take a listen to what works for Gregg Steinhafel, Target’s CEO.
Walmart CEO Hints Company's Interest in 3D Printing
Walmart is known for a lot of things: being the largest retailer, public corporation, and private employer in the world, being anti-union, suppressing worker wages, using sweatshops, and, of course, i
How Many Tweets Does It Take to Impress the CEO?
I’m not about to tell you that you shouldn’t bother counting how many times your content was re-tweeted I’m not going to tell you to ignore the Klout score of the “top RT’ers” starring in your communications program. I’m not saying that that data is unimportant or uninteresting. I’m just saying that we are years away from the point at which the Board of Directors and the CEO look at your marketing results and say: “Wow, 700 retweets? Awesome!” or, “Oooh! We got…
Why It’s So Hard to Decode CEO Pay
*The truth is buried in the fine print—and that’s a problem.
This Is How to Manage Your Career Like a CEO
Make every opportunity count, know your limitations, and don't be your own worst enemy.
The Secret Behind Authentic And Persuasive CEO Speeches
By centering your presentation around a tale that reveals something about who you are and what you’ve overcome, you can inherently build trust with your listeners, then encourage them to adopt new mindsets or take action.
IBM's CEO on how technology can learn creativity
Can technology be creative? Can it learn emotions? Ginni Rometty tells Fareed how IBM's cognitive computing system, Watson, helped edit a movie trailer.
How do CEOs feel about the future?
PwC’s 21st survey of almost 1,300 CEOs around the world found: Optimism in global economic growth reaches record level and rises in all countries US
Why digital transformation is now on the CEO’s shoulders
Big data, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence hold such disruptive power that they have inverted the dynamics of technology leadership.
Unilever CEO Polman to retire after 10 years
Unilever CEO Paul Polman announced plans Thursday to retire at the end of 2018 after 10 years at the London-based company.