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G100 Network Notebook | January 2016

Chief Beta Tester That characterizes Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos’ active participation in a digital transformation positioning the publication to be “the new newspaper of record,” says a front-page Wall Street Journal story. The Amazon CEO’s push for customer focus, experimentation, and building scale seems to be working. Steep gains in web traffic show the […] Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | December 2015

The Future of Transportation Apple turned heads recently by announcing its electrical vehicle will have a 2019 delivery date, one year ahead of the earliest forecasts for road-ready, autonomous vehicles. While Apple intends to roll out autonomous features in later models, the ambitious goal signals how fast the secretive “Project Titan” is moving. One vocal […] Read More »

Press Release: The Deming Center Announces David Niles as Chairman of the Advisory Board

The W. Edwards Deming Center for Quality, Productivity, and Competitiveness Announces David Niles as new Chairman of the Advisory Board New York, NY –The W. Edwards Deming Center for Quality, Productivity, and Competitiveness at Columbia Business School recently appointed David Niles as the new Chairman of its Advisory Board. Mr. Niles received an MBA, with distinction, […] Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | September 2015

Apple’s Angela Ahrendts: “Chief Emotive Officer” That characterizes her new role at Apple leading an ambitious effort to revitalize store culture and merge retail with online operations, says Fortune. The story offers a delightful account of how Tim Cook lured Ahrendts away from the helm at Burberry after she drove a remarkable turnaround. The move […] Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | August 2015

How Many Direct Reports Can CEOs Manage? That question motivates an analysis of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s executive team, the size of which has nearly doubled in four years to 17. While some experts view this expansion of CEO supervision as potentially stifling to talent development and engagement, others see it as a sign of […] Read More »

The 2015 Vanguard Forum for Healthcare Leaders | November 10, 2015

G100 Companies, through G100 and HLG, is proud to be a lead partner of the Vanguard Forum for Healthcare on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 in NYC. The Vanguard Forum is comprised of a select group of senior executives who gather annually for off-the-record, candid conversations about leadership, strategy, talent, and navigating the ever-changing healthcare environment. Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | July 2015

What Big Hacks Have in Common Simple safeguards, such as two-factor authentication and timely patches to known vulnerabilities, could have prevented devastating cybersecurity breaches at Sony Pictures and the Office of Personnel Management, the largest government data breach in history. That is one takeaway from an exhaustive Fortune report, based largely on emails and documents stolen in the […] Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | June 2015

Winning with Integrity at Apple Apple CEO Tim Cook turned heads this month with remarks about Google and Facebook, drawing a sharp distinction on privacy and his company’s treatment of customer data. He adds: I’m speaking to you from Silicon Valley, where some of the most prominent and successful companies have built their businesses by […] Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | May 2015

How Uber & Special Forces Operate They adapt with technology that informs all people within their ecosystem to make better, quicker decisions, says a Business Insider video of General Stanley McChrystal, former head of Joint Special Operations Command and co-author of a new book, Team of Teams. He says: The ability to become adaptable becomes more […] Read More »

G100 Network Notebook | April 2015

Culture at Apple Apple CEO Tim Cook, in an exclusive Fast Company interview, refutes the Steve Jobs caricature of a micromanager to reveal his little known qualities as a teacher. Cook says in this interview: Steve’s greatest contribution and gift is the company and its culture. He cared deeply about that. He put in an […] Read More »