leadership

Get updates on the new CMO video series Above the Clutter

“Everyone thinks they’re a marketing expert,” says CMO Club founder Pete Krainik in the first episode of Above the Clutter. But what do CMOs consider to be their main expertise? And how can marketing experts like you learn from them? Throughout this new online video series, Krainik goes right to the source to have in-depth […]

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Oki Matsumoto: Advice on how to be disruptive—and stay disruptive

When Oki Matsumoto, Chief Executive Officer of Monex Group, Inc., speaks in front of an audience about bold technological disruption and the future of finance, he gestures with an elegant, sweeping arc of his arm. It’s as if he is tracing the trajectory of a big idea.He has a demeanor that is brilliantly wise and […]

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Steve Rubinow: Big risks can lead to big rewards in the C-suite

Steve Rubinow has served as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Thomson Reuters and CIO, Chief Technology Officer, and Chief Innovation Officer for NYSE Euronext, the world’s largest global exchange. He currently holds the dual position of Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Catalina, and leads its global technology function.You may not have heard […]

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Step-by-Step: Lead like a Millennial executive

The new Millennial boardroom, Credit: thinkstockphotos.com As members of the Millennial generation (born between 1980-1994) make their way up the corporate ladder, analysts foretell a shift in business-as-usual. But what is changing, really? “Leadership in general is not going to be completely redefined,” says Michael Parrish DuDell, Millennial business author and keynote speaker. “But when […]

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Can we remake the leadership industry?

Book Review: Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a Time, by Jeffrey Pfeffer (Harper Business)   To be a successful C-suite leader today, you must be authentic, modest, truthful and selfless—right? Not if you want to win in today’s environment, suggests Jeffrey Pfeffer, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. […]

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