The key to clean, reliable, and affordable energy, says Southern Company CEO Tom Fanning, is a bold and balanced approach to R&D.
An eminent systems therapist says that learning to recognize the hidden patterns in conversation is the first step toward more effective executive leadership.
Author and scenario planning expert Betty Sue Flowers dissects the attitudes and beliefs that unconsciously influence leaders.
To Rakesh Khurana, a Harvard Business School professor known for his histories of management knowledge, business schools are facing a crisis of global irrelevance.
The former head of Alcoa Russia teaches executives that in international business practice, ethics and competitive advantage go hand in hand.
Gernot Wagner, an economist with the Environmental Defense Fund, believes business will push for policy change.
Entrepreneur Jim McCarthy on why online innovations succeed — or fail.
The coauthor of TouchPoints and former CEO of Campbell Soup Company explains how executives build their company’s capabilities by connecting with people more effectively.
Martin Harris, MD, chief information officer of one of the world’s most innovative hospital systems, describes how medical IT helps providers engage consumers and cut costs.
To Aaron Shapiro, CEO of the digital agency Huge, online marketing means creating immersive environments where people go to get their problems solved.