Month: January 2021

You’re an organizational leader, and like most in your role, you pivoted in June to focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) efforts. But fatigue is starting to set in. This work is uncomfortable, and you’re not sure what progress looks like. You’re asking yourself if you’ve done enough and feel yourself retreating, diverting
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The industrial IoT market is of great interest to software developers and investors as it is growing so quickly. Cambashi’s analysis shows the route to market for industrial IoT is through Connected Applications that link real-world ‘things’ to information systems, and leverage AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning) and other analytic capabilities to deliver business
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The CEO of the corporation is an honorable, prestigious, and well desired for your job. But there is a side effect of your CEO position. It comes with everyday stress, which is on the rise affecting your health, especially during this pandemic time. 2021 has arrived and brings the opportunity for a fresh start. But
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General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra absolutely put the pedal to the metal today by setting a date of 2035 for phasing out the company’s gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles around the world, marking the industry’s most prominent vow yet to eliminate internal-combustion engines from a lineup by a definite date. Barra also pledged to
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During the Covid-19 pandemic, we lived through the unthinkable. Through this tough time something incredible happened, but most CEOs were so busy keeping the ship afloat they might have missed it. As the whole world locked down, every organization—banks, schools, hospitals and more—suddenly had to build new ways to reach their customers digitally, practically overnight
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U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). REUTERS/Brian Snyder Everyone loves an underdog. That’s why it’s so easy to romanticize the groundswell of support for unloved Gamestop, Bed Bath & Beyond and AMC this week as they float atop a huge soap bubble of non-existent trading fees and chat-room populism. But market manias never end well. What’s
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Business CEOs are among the most trusted people in the world, according to Edelman’s 2021 Trust Barometer, which reports that a whopping 86% of people expect CEOs to “speak out” on societal issues such as the pandemic, job automation, and community decline. With trust and status comes responsibility. CEOs have both. You have an opportunity
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When it comes to speaking up for what he believes in, Mark Weinberger is not shy—nor partisan. An advocate for tax reform as well as diversity and inclusion, he’s held public sector posts for both Republican and Democratic administrations, including serving as assistant secretary of the Treasury under the G.W. Bush administration and on President
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We live in a time of leadership blindness. All leaders claim to have a vision. At best, the vast majority are only pretending. In truth, about 0.1% of business, social, or political leaders actually can be called visionaries or visionary leaders. What differentiates the true visionary leaders from those who wish to be? Being in
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Many of us were excited to see 2020 in hindsight, as I wrote here. Before turning the page on their calendars, the CEOs and executives I work with routinely take stock of the preceding year. Noting both successes and failures, they reflect on what’s worked and what’s been learned. The best leaders engage their teams
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<iframe style=”border: none” src=”//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/17030099/height/90/theme/custom/thumbnail/yes/direction/backward/render-playlist/no/custom-color/364555/” height=”90″ width=”100%” scrolling=”no”  allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen></iframe> Fred Perpall, CEO of the prestigious architecture firm The Beck Group, sat down with longtime Sports Illustrated Associate Editor Don Yaeger on our Corporate Competitor Podcast to discuss how sports shaped Perpall’s views on winning teams and mentorship. You will learn how to
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Imagine going to a music performance. There are four world-class musicians on stage and they are your favorites: Najee, Kurt Weyland, Boney James, and Gerald Albright. The band kicks off and they start playing. As they play the simple, straightforward, fast, and aggressive melody, Gerald Albright steps up to the mic. The band gets quiet.
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What will consumers and clients be craving to buy in 2021? Will it be the new LG Rollable smartphone that just won raves at the all-digital CES 2021? Or perhaps it might be Mattel’s 11-inch remote-controlled Baby Yoda? This little green guy actually moves. Electric bikes? Delta gift cards? Ergonomic chairs? Logitech HD video conferencing
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