Posts tagged “Management/Leadership”
The Certified Educational Chief Technology Officer (CeCTO) program finished its fourth cohort and welcomed 20 new CeCTOs and 11 Leaders of the 21st Century last week in Chapel Hill.
Mark Loughridge, the longest-serving CFO in IBM's 102-year history, managed the company's finances as it shifted to high- margin products -- an effort to steadily increase profits at the cost of sales growth.
Vikram Natarajan, who was part of Medfusion for five years before Intuit bought the company in 2010, is returning as chief technology officer. Read what Natarajan and founder Steve Malik plan to do with the company.
There's a big disconnect between the attributes that CEOs value and those that VCs emphasize. Read about these and other findings from a report released from the National Venture Capital Association.
Entegrion's executive changes come as the RTP firm prepares its freeze-dried human plasma for clinical trials along with other R&D efforts
Asia tops all regions in the emphasis CFOs place on corporate social responsibility. Read more findings from Duke University's quarterly survey of global financial executives.
The research non-profit's board of directors this week gave Dr. William Greenlee a five-year contract extension.
MCNC is ramping up North Carolina's broadband efforts to start a new fiscal year on July 1 and announced Friday that Tom Rabon has been elected the new chairman of the MCNC Board of Directors to succeed Michael A. Murphy.
Steve Malik sold Medfusion to Intuit but remains at the helm of Intuit's health division. Why? He loves his job. "If you have an idea, a dream, a notion, a passion, pursue it," he says. "If you love your job, you'll never work a day in your life."
Bell and Howell LLC, formed in June when Versus Capital acquired the assets of Böwe Bell + Howell, said it is forming an Office of the Chief Executive Officer at its Durham headquarters with the appointment of a new president to split that job and chief executive officer.
The outlook for the U.S. economy is somber at best, according to a survey of accounting professionals who hold top financial jobs in their companies, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants said Wednesday.
IT security was listed among top tech concerns, according to new research released this week from Robert Half Technology.