Should CEOs be on LinkedIn?

Should CEOs be on LinkedIn?

The Value of Having an Omnipresence By Scott Cianciulli There used to be a time – not so long ago – when launching a company website was considered “press release worthy.” Seems funny today, since it could be argued that if a company doesn’t have a website, do they...
Public Relations and Disaster Relief

Public Relations and Disaster Relief

Planning for the New Norm By Chris Plunkett We recently had a tornado in New Jersey. I know it’s hard to believe. One of my business partners said his wife had his kids sleep in the basement given the dramatic forecast. Her instincts were right considering that the...
Analysts Are Not Your Friends

Analysts Are Not Your Friends

Knowing your role in interacting with the equity research community By Chris Plunkett Analysts are not your friends. At least that’s what we tell executives when we prepare them to interact with Wall Street for the first time. Rather, analysts are analysts. They...
Driving Cultural Change at the Crosswalk

Driving Cultural Change at the Crosswalk

By Mike Smargiassi Creating a zero injury workplace requires the commitment of every employee. That certainly makes sense but some corporations employ thousands of individuals. So how can you influence the behavior of so many people and drive the cultural change...
Hosting an Investor Day

Hosting an Investor Day

Knowing when your organization is ready By Chris Plunkett A CFO at a technology company in turnaround mode once asked me about the merits of hosting an investor day. Management had been demonstrating progress in executing the company’s strategy and the stock was in...