Articles about Leadership
Innovative Chief Information Officers can apply for a prestigious award at the MIT CIO Symposium, however, the deadline is approaching.
A top US Air Force leader offers advice on managing business transformation, people, and technology on a huge scale.
While technology has thoroughly infused the workplace, its strategic adoption and meaningful application by the typical worker is actually just beginning. Here's how the digital workplace will look this year.
Most corporate leaders are well aware that technology is increasingly setting the agenda when it comes to how business gets done. How should today's CIO revisit the way they guide their organization?
A comment from Microsoft's new CEO may be just the thing to inspire the next series of books on leadership and management.
Satya Nadella wasn't the only Microsoft insider on the CEO shortlist. What's next for Tony Bates, Kevin Turner and Stephen Elop now that they didn't get top spot?
Indian outsourcing vendor's chairman, N.R. Narayana Murthy, says an external candidate may be selected as the company's new CEO, despite the recent promotions of two executives to president.
Microsoft won't be announcing the CEO successor to Steve Ballmer until the 'early part of 2014,' officials said today.
Microsoft's just-retired Office President will be heading up Healthcare.gov as of December 18.
Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise chief -- and alleged internal candidate for the Microsoft CEO job -- Satya Nadella reflects on lessons learned from current CEO Steve Ballmer.
Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer played a bigger role in establishing the Xbox as Microsoft's stake in the living room than many realize.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer offers up his five management tips based on lessons he learned during his 13-year CEOship.
Microsoft's outgoing CEO opens up about his biggest regrets during his 13-year CEOship.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer & Co. talk about his legacy and lessons learned. Get ready for a series of posts, starting with this one.
Founding CEO Ren Zhengfei shares stories behind Huawei's start, his mission to stop foreigners mangling his company's name, admits Cisco is more advanced, and hates the low-key image being portrayed by the media.