In this interview, Jonathan Wilson shares his views on how to create an inclusive, representative, and equitable society.
Carlos Grimaldos explains what private equity investors expect and how private equity-backed companies are making up lost ground in value creation.
Felix Röscheisen shares a post from his company’s blog on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) which explores the future of art in NFTs and other conceivable uses.
Ashwin Abhyankar shares a post that offers a better understanding of risk management for both banks and consumers.
Haseeb Chowdhry shares a post on the application of AI in accounting and finance.
Greg Solomon shares an article that teaches you the most effective way to explain things – a very powerful skill for consultants.
In this article, Karen Thomas-Bland explains how CEOs think about transformation.
Valerie Hoskins explains scrumish and how to successfully transition to an agile organization.
Yuri Kruman shares the eight steps fortune 500 HR leaders must take to embrace the employee experience.
Victor Bullara explains why employee engagement wastes trillions and identifies the many reasons for this nearly 20 year waste of money.
Bruno Iambrenghi shares a post from his company’s blog that explains how to distinguish “sell-with” from “sell-thru” partners and align your strategy with your sales channels.
Carl Ballot shares an all-too-familiar story about a consumer experience consultant and a marketing and communications strategist having coffee and how their experience fell apart over a request for chips.
Alexander Ludington shares an article on cost structuring, including the cost of an operation and the question of how to run the operation.
Xenia Razinski shares a company quarterly report on global perspectives. Topics covered include: oil & gas – prices and supply/demand issues, food security – risking prices and consumer behavior trends, global corporate tax – new structure and its implications, and cybersecurity, privacy and data – latest trends in cybersecurity industry.
Oliver Schaller shares a company post that shines a light on decision-making disasters, and how egocentric bias and lack of objective analysis can ruin careers and organizations