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An interview with Daniel Vasella, M.D. , Chairman and Chief Executive, Novartis.
By the time Edward D. Breen Jr. took over as CEO and chairman of Tyco International in July 2002, the company was in the midst of what threatened to become a death spiral.
The communications officer might have been wiser to give the overture a second thought.
Tony Hsieh, the 36-year-old CEO of Zappos.com, the popular online shoe seller, likes to share a story that illuminates the essence of the company’s vaunted customer service.
One of the few Europeans who has undoubtedly made it into the first division of gurus is Charles Handy.
Change isn’t coming. It’s here.
Ready or not, social media are now considered the sine qua non of communication for innovative enterprises.
Watkins is a widely recognized authority on the subject of leadership transitions.
When Daniel Vasella, M.D., announced in late January that he was giving up the chief executive role at Novartis.
Kets de Vries took an atypical route to the study of management and leadership.
Not without humor, Soros started off by saying that he had predicted the Great Recession of 2007 to 2009 and that he had done so more than once.
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