The people part of business operations.

the ceo magazine, organizational knowledge
Mostafa Sayyadi, Author, Leading Between the Lines

Today, technology has changed the business world ten-fold. Every day there is an easier way to process, access, and disseminate information. In fact, organizational competitiveness is positively associated with using technology and setting up useful business software and systems to enhance strategic decision-making. 

the ceo magazine, hiring,
Jock Purtle, Founder, Digital Exits

Any good business leader understands employees are the key to success. You may have a great product, and you may have a solid business model, but if you don’t have the right people in the trenches, then your success will be short-lived at best, if it ever comes at all.

the ceo magazine, employee management,
Tabitha Scott, CEO, Cole Scott Group

Energy drives all living things — that includes organizations. People, the seasons of the year, and companies share a common life cycle: birth, growth, maturity, and decline. Importantly, for an organization to survive, it must jump onto a new growth curve before reaching the end of its decline phase. Companies that complete the jump, like Amazon, survive, while others that don’t, like Blockbuster, fail. Any company can find new life with four types of energy potential: innovation, optimization, social and elemental.

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