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A look at the CHRO experiences of two energy companies suggests that CHROs who take an analytical and strategic approach are most effective.
Daren Kemp speaks with Antony Jenkins, founder of 10x Banking and the former CEO of Barclays, about how corporate culture in financial services is changing today.
The CEO of Grant Thornton LLP describes how the accounting firm transformed its culture to empower its employees, better meet clients’ needs, and become an employer of choice.
A new survey sheds light on the importance of mentoring—what works, what doesn’t, why it matters, and how companies could support it better.
By starting with a clear-eyed view of where a company’s culture is, senior executives can better articulate what it could be—and spark the sorts of frank management conversations that help link culture to commercial business goals.
In this interview, the former outfielder discusses coming out publicly after leaving the sport, his role as MLB’s ambassador of inclusion, and the lessons that could help companies with their efforts to foster and promote diversity.
A combination of heightened customer expectations and sweeping technological change—including advances in next-generation robotics and virtual reality—are poised to transform the way the real-estate industry operates.
Bill Bradley speaks with David Casey, vice president of workforce strategies and chief diversity officer at CVS Health, about building an inclusive company culture.
A closer look at the characteristics and behaviors of high-performing companies offers lessons for chemicals players of all kinds.
Heidrick & Struggles’ annual survey of investment professionals in North America tracks recent compensation data in the region.
Mark Livingston speaks with Ashley Haynes, vice president and general manager of global support at GE Digital, about how GE has moved from a traditional industrial company to a digitized one.
A frontline team helped a 100-year-old furniture manufacturer overcome its quality issues—and an ingrained aversion to change.
In the latest Shakespeare event series, senior leaders draw insights from the Elizabethan age by looking at the role leaders play in determining company culture.
By changing the mind-sets of its frontline staff, a Fortune 100 company was able to liberate itself from the shackles of information technology.
In 2016, Fortune 500 boards, which filled a record number of seats, made strides toward greater diversity, appointing more Hispanic directors than ever. But women directors lost ground. Learn more about the latest trends in board composition and experience in this year’s Board Monitor.
The top investor organizations are upping their game when it comes to top talent. Here’s how.
Examining four key protagonists of Shakespeare’s plays can yield timeless insights about how to manage culture change in an organization.
Sam Burman speaks with Raghav Lal, EVP and chief data and analytics officer at Westfield Retail Solutions, the division within Westfield Corporation that is focused on reinventing the shopping experience.
Good things happen when companies view employees as active advocates and participants of change programs—and not merely as the target of changes delivered from “on high.”
To compete for a crucial contract, a services unit at Alstom Transport needed to make transformation sustainable in the long term. Its improvement offers lessons for senior managers in how to secure lasting change.