First-generation American and Family Dollar SVP and CMO Jocelyn Wong shares the inspiration she’s drawn from her parents and how an experience with crayons helped draw her career path .
The makeup and skincare company’s SVP and Chief Legal Officer talks about the tools and policies she’s put in place to improve its legal infrastructure.
Assistant Dean of HR Jason Jankoski is acquiring top talent to teach tomorrow’s business leaders, and directing his University of Wisconsin School of Business team to do the same.
A recent study sheds some light on the immortal question: to post, or not to post?
Bridgepoint Education SVP of HR Charlene Dackerman assists employees as she would customers.
Keira Krausz brought a resume of direct marketing turnarounds—and another success story—to Nutrisystem
Strasburger & Price LLP CIO Joan Holman sheds light on the cross-functional application of customer service skills.
Blake Holman, SVP and CIO of Ryan LLC, discusses solving myriad problems at breakneck speed.
Allen Berryman recounts the resilience he’s fostered as CFO of Stewart Information Services Corp.
In the confusing world of social media, professionals may find these guidelines helpful in deciding when and what is appropriate for posting personal information.
StorageMart CMO and Sales & Marketing Expert Tron Jordheim on how to effectively manage people in the absence of a proven, foolproof method.
Zimbra CFO Kristin Reichert on Balancing Myriad Work Tasks and Her Full-Time Responsibilities of Being a Wife and Mother of Four By Jill Yarberry-Laybourn Professionals today walk a tightrope, balancing numerous responsibilities at work and at home. There are often obstacles along the path, and the weight on one’s shoulders sometimes gets out of balance. Those executives who are truly effective …
With an open-door policy and a focus on nurturing cross-department relationships, CFO Susan Young is ushering MarVista Entertainment into a new paradigm where finance has a symbiotic relationship with other key corporate functions.
Sonus Networks CIO Bill Scudder is an innovator with a long view toward the future—and the past; taking a cue from historic figures like Theodore Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, he’s looking to turn IT into a strategic asset
As the self-professed “head coach” of IT at Easton Bell-Sports, Robby McDonald is taking the department’s role from passive supplier of requested projects to business partner on the cutting edge.