Former NBC Universal CEO Bob Wright looks back on his two decades at GE — and forward to a post-broadcast, post-cable media world.
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- Digital LeadershipSVB CEO Greg Becker on where and how the next big tech innovations will emerge.
- Tuck professor Eesha Sharma on how perceptions of personal wealth affect the decisions people make.
- The firm’s CEO explains how the global agency is deploying its resources to connect effectively with clients and consumers across industry and geographic borders.
- The company’s top marketing executive describes the social network’s ambitious efforts to forge enduring and meaningful relationships — with employees, industry partners, and everyone else on Earth.
- For Dartmouth professor Syd Finkelstein, “glorious bastards” such as Larry Ellison, “iconoclasts” such as Alice Waters, and “nurturers” such as Jon Stewart are models for the next generation of leadership development.
- The legendary management guru believes burying your nose in a book can be the most effective strategy for succeeding in business.
- A brief tribute to s+b’s founding editor, who died on April 6, 2016.
- Empathy and mindfulness are hot topics because they speak to glaring needs in today’s workplace.
- The manufacturing chief describes how an industrial powerhouse founded in the 19th century is using software, sensors, and savvy to create a digital manufacturer that can thrive in the 21st century.
- The NYU social psychologist says that the ethical risks for a business depend on its ingrained cultural attitudes.
- There’s no scientific method for coming up with brilliant new ideas. But the authors of a new book argue that a set of habits can help foster innovation.
- Two leaders of an Australian fund explain how they challenged deceptive messages about investment capability, and raised the game of the companies they work with.
- The entrepreneur-in-residence for the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office recommends three books to stimulate organizational entrepreneurship and innovation.
- A Columbia Business School professor suggests a reading list for leaders struggling to hold on to competitive advantage.
- Having applied the logic of physics to predict the life expectancy of biological creatures and cities, Geoffrey West is now searching for the scientific principles that dictate the life spans of companies.