Taking a completely logical approach to strategy may limit a business’s ability to innovate and come up with ideas that will improve its standing.
Transformational figures emerge from “outsider” roles, using their tenure with emerging companies to gain distance from conventional wisdom and find new ways to proceed.
Despite the popularity of the “lone-insider” model and the perceived benefits of independence, there are common problems with such an arrangement.
Headlining our current CEO and other executive and boardroom moves is the announcement of a new president and CEO stepping in at Ralph Lauren
Companies eager to make operational breakthroughs have to find the right mixture of corporate strategy to incubate innovation.
Conceptualizing a new idea is the easy part of leadership. Actually getting buy-in on ambitious business concepts may pose a challenge for even the most committed and competent leaders.
Cybersecurity is one area that’s too important to ignore, but may not be on the board’s radar.
General Mills is among the many companies that welcomed a new top executive or board member this month.