The K@W Network:
Named CEO of Deloitte last March and listed in Crain’s “50 Most Powerful Women in New York” for 2015, Cathy Engelbert attributes her success to one personality trait above all:[…]
How does the professional services sector best disrupt itself? In this opinion piece, Uschi Schreiber offers four key questions that firms need to ask.
India could become a rich country. But before that it may need a new Constitution that promotes economic liberty, say entrepreneur Rajesh Jain and economist Atanu Dey.
What do you do after you invent the Pepsi Challenge and help Steve Jobs lead Apple? If you are John Sculley, you take aim at an underserved area of the[…]
In collaboration with Mphasis
In a digital transformation of business, companies must learn to “forget” old ways of thinking to uncover how technology can help them disrupt and overtake competitors.
The best incubator for entrepreneurship occurs when entrepreneurs form close networks and nurture fellow risk-takers with their experience and resources to create a “multiplier” effect, according to this opinion piece.
Wharton's Aline Gatignon examines organizational learning and how both employees and managers can smooth out the transitions that come with intellectual growth.
In collaboration with BCG
Business environments have become so diverse that companies today need different approaches to strategy in different circumstances, says Martin Reeves, director of the BCG Henderson Institute.
Despite the thaw in bilateral relations, no U.S. business has yet leaped all the hurdles and been allowed to set up shop in Cuba. Two long-time friends hope their tractor[…]
Apple's introduction of ad-blocking technology into its latest operating system has raised concerns that the economic model that advertisers and publishers have relied on for years will be upended.