Published on: Monday, August 20, 2012
At the 2012 World Innovation Forum, social networking expert Clay Shirky explored the business impacts he sees from the emergence of collective intelligence and social collaboration in an exclusive video interview for ExecuNet
. Shirky provided some examples from the business world about what companies are learning from their customers and other influencers. Shirky also outlined the right set of expectations for the business impact of mass collaboration and the power of organizing.
Published on: Friday, August 17, 2012
At the 2012 World Innovation Forum, global green business and sustainability thought leader Andrew Winston shared his perspectives in a video interview for ExecuNet
on how the rise of the consumer, increased global demand for natural resources and demands for more corporate transparency are changing the performance metrics organizations measure themselves against.
Published on: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
ExecuNet's exclusive Job Creation Index ticked up slightly in July to +10 from +8 in June, showing slightly higher expected growth in executive job creation for the next six months.
Executive recruiters continued to report that there are pockets of opportunity in the current marketplace with 20 percent companies looking to add executive jobs in the next six months and another 25 percent of companies who are likely to freezing hiring for the next six months.
Published on: Monday, August 13, 2012
What do you do when your boss is a "bozo?" In this exclusive onsite at the 2012 World Innovation Forum video interview
Guy Kawasaki, Silicon Valley venture capitalist, bestselling author and Apple Fellow, answers that question; plus, he offers advice on how to innovate your way into a new position.
Published on: Thursday, August 09, 2012
I was a big fan of the show Undercover Boss
, where the CEO of a big company masquerades in different roles throughout their own organization. I liked the premise the first few times I watched but then the formula became painfully obvious: CEO leaves big house for crummy hotel room; performs tasks poorly; finds employees who are overcoming challenges; discovers employees have good ideas; learns life lessons while undercover.
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