I'm dedicating my Giving Tuesday #unselfie to the University of Chicago Medical Center and will match any donations made today or tomorrow to this charity.
I was the honoree for the Children’s Aid Society’s (CAS) Annual Benefit this year. It was a first for me, a recognition of my board service but more specifically my deep interest in helping kids in poverty in New York City.
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It is hard for any parent, much less a CEO, to learn to let go. Here are a few observations for those of you trying to transition to player-coach from solo all-star.
PRWeek put me atop the Power List 2013 yesterday. There is so much yet to be done for our industry; let’s have the confidence to lead.
Cindy Tian passed along her father’s story, which I will now share with you because it is, in fact, a microcosm of the tale of modern China.
The new role of the communicator is to lead in policy formulation and only then on implementation of outreach.
Germany needs the EU but should not be inhibited by fellow members in achieving its destiny of leadership.
I am 58 years old and I want to get old trying to defy the odds.
The new mantra at Edelman is that the paid ought to support the earned and owned content, to make it work harder and more intelligently than a classic media buy that stands on its own.
The essence of business is competition, inspiration and hard work. The results of Harvard Business School will be seen in 20 years when these students are running global companies.
In Clayton Christensen’s new book, the Harvard Business School professor offers profound advice about priorities; specifically about the importance of investing in family, about living a life of integrity and having metrics that make it easier to make the right decisions.
Here you have a demand for less regulation while CEOs suggest that enforcement of the new regulations has restored trust; this is a baffling logic problem.