In the Media
"4 Ways Startups Can Harness Innovation
By Shellye Archambeau
March 19, 2017
MIT Sloan Management Review (sloanreview.mit.edu)
"Why Can’t We Have More Than One Digital Strategy?"
By Bruce Posner
March 8, 2017
The Wall Street Journal (wsj.com)
"Why Digital Transformations Are Hard"
March 6, 2017
"How tech savvy does the CEO need to be?"
By Alison DeNisco
March 1, 2017
The Wall Street Journal (blogs.wsj.com)
"Companies need policies for digital changes"
By Steve Rosenbush
February 28, 2017
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