Leading in the 21st century:
An interview with CEO Richard Bracken, Hospital Corporation of America
The chairman and chief executive officer of one of the world’s largest operators of health-care Facilities discusses leadership in a time of significant industry change.
With 165 hospitals, 113 freestanding surgery centers, and more than 200,000 employees in the United Kingdom and the United States...
An interview with Robert Matha Vice President of Jacobs Engineering Group
Robert Matha is Group Vice President of Jacobs Engineering Group, one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of technical, professional and construction services. With 2011 revenues of over $10 billion, Jacobs offers full-spectrum support to industrial, commercial and government clients across multiple markets. Services include scientific and specialty consulting as well as all aspects of engineering, construction...
Visionary Leadership: Creating Scenes That Change the Future
Ensure your next change initiative is a success by envisioning the behaviors needed to implement it.
Top Strategy and Leadership Trends for 2014
From risk management to knowledge management, from the nature of success to strengthening boards, 2014 will bring changes to the ways individual leaders and their organizations do business. Wharton faculty offer their insights on what to watch in the new year.
7 Ways Leaders Maintain Their Composure in Difficult Times
By Glenn Llopis, former CEO American Seafood Company
Leaders need to show more composure than ever before in the workplace. With the change management requirements, increased marketplace demands and intensifying competitive factors that surround us, leaders must have greater poise, agility and patience to minimize the impact of uncertainty.
Strategy and Leadership News
Change leader,change thyself (Reprinted with Permission)
Anyone who pulls the organization in new directions mustlook inward as well as outward.
By Nate Boaz and Erica Ariel Fox
Leo Tolstoy, the Russian novelist, famously wrote, “Everyonethinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”
Tolstoy’s dictum is a useful starting point for any executive engagedin organizational change...
The Best Advice I Ever Got
By Isabelle Roughol, Editor at LinkedIn
Advice from Chester Elton, American author of All In, and founder of Culture Works, a company that believes when people feel valued and recognized, it accelerates business results and creates lasting relationship with clients and employees. Chester has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Fast Company magazine and the New York Times. He has also been a guest on CNN, NBC's Today Show, ABC News MSNBC and on National Public Radio.
What Followers Need From Their Leaders
By Marillyn A. Hewson, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lockheed Martin Corporation.
As a long-time student on the subject of leadership, I feel privileged in my role at Lockheed Martin to have a front row seat in the world’s greatest leadership classroom: the U.S. Military. Our men and women in uniform are a disciplined force, united in purpose and values, selflessly answering America’s call to duty. Building, supporting and motivating such a magnificent organization clearly requires outstanding leaders.