February 09, 2018 | Hemant Taneja with Kevin Maney
[Micro] Will Concern Over Consumer Privacy Limit Organization’s Ability to Use Big Data?
A zero-trust network, which hosts an organization’s services in the cloud, is the safest option.
Companies that rigidly adhere to traditional approaches to goal setting may be driving their business in the wrong direction.
This MIT SMR executive guide introduces business leaders to the technologies that are reshaping our world.
Mature companies often lack the vision and the commitment to fully commit to new technologies.
Legacy offline stores and online retailers are each finding their way to a new kind of shopping experience: the showroom.
For many leaders, the allure of best practices is strong and their expectations for results are unrealistic.
Leaders in a digital world have to navigate more complexity than ever before.
New research reveals the surprising reasons managers don’t know their company’s strategy.
New technology-driven business models are undercutting the traditional advantages of economies of scale.
Microsoft has launched a $50 million initiative to figure out ways to help AI “save the world.”
Empirical analysis reveals that conventional wisdom about big, risky change initiatives is often wrong.
The number of women on corporate boards has risen substantially over the past decade, but the growth rate is slowing. Why?
Clear, concise strategic priorities backed by metrics have value in communicating with stakeholders.
To facilitate speed, companies must design themselves to minimize obstacles to getting work done.
Shareholders are just one group of stakeholders who matter. Suppliers and employees do, too.
Many countries with aging populations are also experiencing growth in their gross domestic product.
An excerpt from The Longevity Economy describes the opportunities in catering to older adults.
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