The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: Asia Regional Report
July 2016 | Key Business Issues
In this year’s survey, CEO respondents in the Asia-Pacific region and India focus on building organizational capability and high-performing cultures around engagement, performance, inclusion, and continual improvement to drive better business results and inspire innovation.
2010 Inc 500 Update: Most Blog, Friend and Tweet But Some Industries Still Shun Social Media
December 2010 | Research Report
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.
2011 State of the Future: Future Arts, Media and Entertainment
December 2011 | China Center Publications
Music, media, and the arts remain powerful tools for bridging culture, sharing diverse values, and creating new visions for a more evolved and peaceful civilization.
2011 Fortune 500 and Social Media Adoption: Have America's Largest Companies Reached a Social Media Plateau?
December 2011 | Research Report
The report is the outcome of a statistically sound study of the 2011 Fortune 500. The study analyzed the number of followers and fans of corporate Twitter and/or Facebook accounts.
2011 Organization Design Conference KeyNotes Report
February 2012 | Conference KeyNotes
The world is changing at a faster pace than ever. As a result, organizations are being forced to realign their focus and reinvent themselves with changing global landscapes, technologies, priorities, and customer needs.
2012 Organization Design Conference KeyNotes Report
January 2013 | Conference KeyNotes
Organization design is both a science and an art. The science includes using the new design to solve a business problem. The art involves building relationships and influencing others.
2013 Are Bullish on Social Media: Big Companies Get Excited About Google+, Instagram, Foursquare and Pinterest
December 2013 | Research Report
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.
2014 Fortune 500 and Social Media: LinkedIn Dominates As Use of Newer Tools Explodes
December 2014 | Research Report
The 2014 edition of this annual study finds Foursquare, Pinterest, and Instragram developing a strong list of users.
2015 Fortune 500 and Social Media: Instagram Gains, Blogs Lose
November 2015 | Research Report
This year's survey of social media use by the Fortune 500 finds 10 percent fewer companies blogging and an increase in the adoption of new tools such as Glassdoor and Instagram.
25 Truths about Branding: Insights from the Annual Brand Conference
July 2016 | Conference KeyNotes
Brands are striving to amplify word of mouth in social media, keep their voice consistent across platforms, and ride the momentum of changes in the digital landscape.