Suhas Apte & Jagdish N. Sheth, Authors, THE SUSTAINABILITY EDGE: How To Drive Top-Line Growth With Triple-Bottom-Line Thinking

Ensuring long-term sustainability, whether it’s a start-up or an ongoing business, should be a top priority for every entrepreneur and CEO.  With the growth stagnation seen in mature markets, resource availability in decline, the pace of innovation accelerating while the life-span of innovation shortens, the demographics scenario of mature to developing/emerging markets changing with the rise of millennial and Gen X consumers - a new paradigm is emerging.

the ceo magazine, big data analytics,
Michael Adebisi, Director, NewTime Consulting, Ltd.

There’s no question about it: managing the massive, burgeoning scope of Big Data is one of the biggest challenges that companies face now and in the future. Big Data analytics promise to supply answers that fuel effective redirection of company strategies and resources when necessary. But how can CEOs in today’s thin-ice business arena manage the enormity of Big Data, trust that their advisers are choosing and processing correctly, and recover quickly if their management team is wrong? The answer comes from understanding the size and scope of Big Data and avoiding common mistakes.

the ceo magazine, business growth,

Each year I aspire to teach my clients lessons that will help them improve their personal and professional lives and their businesses. But what many of them probably don’t realize is that I simultaneously learn as I teach. And even though I’ve been consulting for more than thirty-five years, each year and each client has a new lesson to teach. Here are my top ten for 2016:

the ceo magazine, leadership,
Vincent Spivey

Every CEO dreams to be the leadership material that their employees would want to stick to for the rest of their careers. Great employees are great coworkers, and it is the goal of the CEO to keep them and maintain a healthy and growing relationship with them.

Letting some good people go and seeing them bloom in another company is probably the worst nightmare a leader could have. If you ever wonder why some of your best employees don’t last. Here are a few things about being a leadership material that you need to know.

The new CEO wanted to slug it out of the ballpark at his first all-hands meeting. Employees were watching the broadcast from around the globe. Obviously, engaging those assembled in the auditorium in front of him would be much easier. But he didn’t want to miss the first opportunity to gain their confidence that he could handle the job vacated by his predecessor.

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