How are CEOs and senior public sector leaders responding to today's connected era?
Partnering to drive innovation
Peter Voser, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell discusses how the days of isolated innovation are coming to an end, and how strategic partnerships - some not so obvious - are a key to success.
For some time, businesses have been refining and optimising their networks of suppliers and partners. But something just as meaningful has been happening – the sudden convergence of the digital, social and mobile spheres – connecting customers, employees and partners in new ways to organisations and to each other.
In speaking face-to-face with 1,709 CEOs, general managers and senior public sector leaders around the globe, leaders confirmed that our new connected era is changing how people engage. How are CEOs responding to the complexity of increasingly interconnected organisations, markets, societies and governments?
CEO Murray Jordan of Foodstuffs, a New Zealand food cooperative, discussing how using many modes of communicating with employees and coop owners has led to innovation and the plan to capture 50% market share by 2022.
CEO Murray Jordan of Foodstuffs, a New Zealand food cooperative, discussing the key components of a successful partnership.
CEO Murray Jordan of Foodstuffs, a New Zealand food cooperative, extolls the benefits of shared values for his company. When tough decisions are at hand, he and everyone in the company rely on these living values to guide them.
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