Corporate Culture In An Age Of Unicorns and Disruptors

Tweet   Poor, poor Travis Kalanick, CEO of UBER. The last time I witnessed a senior executive combust so quickly and so publicly it was Jeff Skilling. And, remember, Skilling was being ousted for the largest bankruptcy in US history, the loss of billions in investor dollars and over 20,000 employees losing their jobs, and […]

Can Banking Culture Adapt To Today’s Business Transformation?

Tweet   “What business are you really in? Are you in the railroad business or transportation business?” Harvard Business School professor Theodore Levitt’s classic line from “Marketing Myopia” is as profound today as it was in the late 1950’s when he first published it. His question elegantly forces business leaders to think more broadly about exactly who […]

Preparing For The Coming “Age Of The Robots”

Tweet   Its quite amazing to recollect but eighteen years ago I sat in a darkened movie theatre, warm popcorn in my lap, and fidgeted like a giddy teenager watching Canadian acting legend Keanu Reeves (truth!) kick the proverbial ass of Agent Smith in a little movie called “The Matrix”. That little movie, and the […]