Most Firms Not Ready For CEO Departures
Only 25% have an adequate pool of ready successor-CEO candidates at their companies, says Stanford University researchers.
Seven Most Powerful Women In Tech
Here's a list of some of the most powerful women who have made much difference to some of the biggest IT companies in the world.
Big Data Spurs New Alliance Between CFOs & CMOs
As CFOs realize the value Big Data can bring, they can work together with CMOs to find new revenue opportunities.
CIOs Role Changing From Improver To Influencer
The CIO's role is transitioning from an improver to an influencer, as they are increasingly driving the business forward through new technology.
Overcrowding Of Apps Adds To CIOs’ Woes
Many IT decision makers believe their organization has more applications than it needs, and this puts strain on the IT department.
How Start-Ups Can Avoid Huge Layoffs
Start-ups looking at scaling up quickly usually end up with massive rounds of lay-offs, which can be avoided.
Investors See Huge Opportunity In India's E-commerce Space
Increased flow of funds is breathing new life into India's e-commerce industry, a sector that is expected to boom in the coming years.
CXOs Rely More On Technology Than People
CXOs are increasingly facing uncertainties around "people-focused" issues, which in turn compel them to lean more towards technology.
How Marketers Cut Through Online Noise With 'Social Intelligence'
Researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD) and Emory University, in their new book, propose a three-part solution to understanding online consumer behavior and leveraging such insights into actionable marketing strategy.
Insurance Cos Yet To Reap Digital Benefit
To minimize customer defections and secure profits, insurers need to focus on digital technologies to improve customer experiences.