the ceo magazine, innovation,
Dr. Kumar Mehta, Author, The Innovation Biome

Every business leader wants to bring transformative and world changing innovation to their customers.  They want to bring new and novel value to the world, and in doing so reap the vast rewards that come with being a trailblazing innovator.  They often have multiple ideas and plans in front of them that show promise or sound good on paper, but they don’t know which ones to support and which ones to pass on.  CEOs need a consistent and systematic approach to determine which ideas to pursue.  In other words, they need a currency to effectively invest in innovation.

the ceo magazine, business growth,
Brett Richards, Founder & President, Connective Intelligence, Inc.

In today’s volatile market, where speed and performance are critical to business success, CEOs face an unprecedented number of challenges to accelerate growth and differentiate themselves from their competitors. Now more than ever before, leaders need to take the guesswork out of driving growth with better metrics to identify the previously hidden, yet vital factors influencing their organization’s ability to innovate and change in adaptive ways. In my new book, Grow Through Disruption, I introduce a tool called the OGI (Organizational Growth Indicator) that provides CEOs and Executives with metrics to quantify the hidden people and culture dynamics that influence their organization’s ability to grow and achieve sustained success. The following are some actionable insights for CEO’s explored in the book.

the ceo magazine, decision making,

Recently, my seven-year-old granddaughter told me about an exciting day they had at her school. John Mabry, former St. Louis Cardinals player and current batting coach for the team, paid a visit to Julie’s second-grade class.

I asked Julie what Mr. Mabry’s speech had been about, but she informed me he didn’t deliver a prepared speech. Rather, he answered the kids’ questions. I asked what she had asked. “Well, I asked Mr. Mabry what his favorite color is, but some kids asked really stupid questions.” 

the ceo magazine, values,
Cindy Wahler

Our values form the basis of our personality. These values permeate our personal and professional lives. It is believed that during what is considered our formative years, approximately the period between ages 0-7 our basic personality is formed. (http://changingminds.org/explanations/values/values_development.htm )

Of course ensuing life experiences also shape who we become.

Our values determine how we treat others. Respect, kindness, honesty, integrity, fairness and equality are fundamental attributes. These attributes define how we interact with others relative to collaboration, partnering and supporting the advancement of others. It is the essence of who we are and how we interface with the world.

the ceo magazine, employee engagement,
Tina Hodges, CEO and Chief Experience Officer, Advance Financial

Employee engagement may sound like a workplace trend or HR buzz term, but when embraced by company leadership and planned strategically, it’s anything but a fleeting concept.

Taking a holistic approach to employee engagement is a sound business practice even today when digital engagement beckons and entices. People are what make up the heart of every company, and there’s never been a more critical time for open and honest dialogue with employees. Local economies are becoming world economies, and technology is forcing all industries to evolve in order to stay relevant.

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