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  1. The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: Building Capability – Seeking Alignment, Agility, and Talent to Innovate and Grow

    Since 1999, CEOs from around the world have shared their most pressing business concerns and their strategies for dealing with those challenges. This full-length report details all of the results for six key business issues, yielding insights to today’s leaders on the way forward.

    (Key Business Issues, January 2016)

  2. The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: CEO Strategic Implications

    Respondents to our annual CEO Challenge survey show it will take an aligned, agile, and innovative organization to seize opportunities for commercial success. Analysis of CEO responses on six major challenge areas yields insight into the strategies CEOs are employing today to strengthen and grow their organizations.

    (Key Business Issues, January 2016)

  3. The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: CFO Strategic Implications

    More unpredictability and more volatility mean more risks in the global business environment—and more opportunities. This report outlines how chief financial officers can guide their companies to commercial success.

    (Key Business Issues, January 2016)

  4. The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: CHRO/CLO/CTO Strategic Implications

    Human resource leaders have their work cut out for them as labor shortages unprecedented in our lifetime have descended upon the business landscape. Here results to our annual CEO Challenge survey show CEOs’ most pressing concerns and, more importantly, their strategies for mitigating the challenges organizations face today.

    (Key Business Issues, January 2016)

  5. The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: General Counsel Strategic Implications

    CEO respondents intend to improve processes around innovation, operations, cost management, and quality as a means to drive better business results. They are looking to their legal functions to strengthen internal compliance and risk mitigation procedures while ensuring the organization remains true to its values wherever it does business.

    (Key Business Issues, January 2016)

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  1. 17 Truths about Women's Leadership: Insights from the 12th Annual Women's Leadership Conference

    Companies and their employees need to shape cultural changes in both society and the workplace to improve the chances of women holding CEO and board member positions.

    (Conference KeyNotes, August 2016)

2010

  1. 2010 Inc 500 Update: Most Blog, Friend and Tweet But Some Industries Still Shun Social Media

    The Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth conducted an in-depth and statistically significant study on the use of social media in fast-growing corporations.

    (Research Report, December 2010)

  2. 2010 Productivity Brief: Productivity, Employment, and Growth in the World's Economies
    The recession left its mark on global productivity, which fell in 2009. With recovery expected in 2010, advanced economies will see renewed productivity gains but continue to shed workers. (Executive Action Report, January 2010)

2013

  1. 2013 Are Bullish on Social Media: Big Companies Get Excited About Google+, Instagram, Foursquare and Pinterest

    Twitter is used by 77 percent of Fortune 500 companies, making it their first choice in social media tools, followed by Facebook and YouTube, according to a study by the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.

    (Research Report, December 2013)

  2. 2013 Extending Your Brand to Employees Conference KeyNotes Report
    Your brand is only as strong as your employees, so build an emotional connection to the brand that allows them to live your purpose and exhibit brand-specific behavior. (Conference KeyNotes, August 2013)