Transformation & Turnaround

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Funding the Journey
May 2014
A wave of technological and customer-driven change is creating a huge growth opportunity for companies that transform commercial functions, including marketing, sales, and pricing.
Winning in the Medium Term
December 2009

By reinventing its core business, a company can regain competitive advantage and deliver higher premiums than those of its peers.

Team, Organization, and Culture
June 2013
By following an approach based on the answers to four questions, organizations can reshape the organizational context, reset behaviors, and achieve the culture they want.

CEOs on Transformation

April 2012
Transformations are long journeys, especially at government-owned companies with a history of complacency. Moya Greene is leading the revival of Royal Mail.
March 2012

In making the tough decisions needed to reinvent NCR, Bill Nuti has relied on honesty, plain talk, and the promise of a brighter future. While he wanted to move quickly, Nuti also recognized that he needed to bring his people along for the journey.

October 2011
The CEO of National Bank Financial Group knows that it has taken more than a slogan to emerge as the strongest bank in North America.
October 2011
The CEO of ICICI Bank has combined short-term realism and long-term idealism to enable employees to persevere through the bank’s consolidation and to look to the future.
October 2011
At Daimler Trucks North America, sales fell by 50 percent during the Great Recession. Yet the CEO says the company was “lucky” the crisis lasted so long.
October 2011
The corporate leader contends, “Behind all financial failures is organizational failure.” He also sees transformations as long journeys, requiring years of steady leadership.
October 2011
As CEO of United Way of America and then United Way Worldwide, Brian Gallagher has focused his organization on “the business of changing people’s lives.”
October 2011
The chairman and CEO of Japan’s largest Internet company discusses leadership today, when the global economy prevents chief executives from directly overseeing every outpost and new initiative.