Are wunderkind founders and executives prewired to be arrogant jerks, or are they enabled and rewarded by kowtowing boards and VCs?
Title inflation is rampant in corporations, government and academia. The problem with a society where everyone thinks they’re a leader is that nothing actually gets done.
For every competent executive and business leader there are probably ten that can best be described as LINO: Leader In Name Only.
With all the talk about transparency and governance, you’ve got to wonder if anyone benefits from all the regulation and legislation enacted in their name?
The republican wave wasn’t about politics but about incompetent leadership, gross mismanagement and economic decline.
A trip to California wine country and a successful family-owned winery yielded surprising insights for leaders of companies big and small.
CEOs face a strange turnabout: a growing list of lobbyists, agitators and special interest groups to answer to.
Washington couldn’t create more problems and headwinds for markets, corporations and small businesses to overcome if it tried.
There have always been plenty of dysfunctional and incompetent executives to go around. But at least we didn’t have activist investors to contend with. Whether that’s a good or a bad thing depends...
A panel of Google’s Eric Schmidt, VC John Doerr and Senator Rand Paul reveals how Silicon Valley would solve the nation’s problems.