With chief executives increasingly tasked with meeting both long-term and short-term shareholder demands, how do the best leaders keep a balance?
The CEO of any organisation is fundamentally responsible for all who sail in her, and part of this means considering who can take the helm next
Innovate or fall behind: necessity is the mother of reinvention
No longer purely custodians of caution, the role of the chief risk officer is transforming to accommodate the demands of corporations and investors
Digital transformation of an organisation is increasingly being entrusted to a new member of the board
Introducing agile thinking into an organisation needs to start at the top or it will fail to win the backing of key employees
There’s no one guaranteed route or fast track to the top, but as the role of the chief executive changes, so do the candidates
Increased competition, rapidly advancing technology, an ailing economy and a new round of regulation are stacking up to pile pressure on the UK legal sector, writes Charles Christian