Sir Alan Parker poses three questions to Grant, the author of four New York Times bestselling books, the host of a chart-topping podcast called WorkLife and the organizational psychologist who for seven years has ranked as Wharton’s top-rated professor.
By Sir Alan Parker
08 June 2020
When Sohaib Abbasi became CEO of Informatica, Wall Street forecasted “dark days ahead.” By the end of his tenure the company’s share price had grown 800 percent. He tells Brunswick’s Stephanie Wakefield about the delicate dance of building trust with Wall Street.
By Stephanie Wakefield
18 September 2019
What drives the already wealthy and powerful to commit crimes in pursuit of more? Why do most compliance efforts fail to prevent them? Ash Spiegelberg, Head of Brunswick’s San Francisco office, explores the answers with Harvard Business School Professor Eugene Soltes.
By Ash Spiegelberg
18 September 2019
Companies are not or not sufficiently prepared to react appropriately in the event of a cyber attack. The executive level in particular is not always aware of its responsibility and likes to pass the problem on to the IT department.
By Alexander Kleedorfer
30 August 2019
Silicon Valley has a millennials problem. Recent surveys show young adults want to leave the San Francisco area. Of the seemingly intractable issues they cited as reasons, few are new. But they're now threatening the region's ability to attract and keep talent.
17 April 2019
“Facts are stubborn things,” John Adams, one of America’s Founding Fathers, once famously remarked. For Alan Murray, life after The Wall Street Journal means a pursuit of pure facts, as he takes up his new role as President of the Pew Research Center.
By Darren McDermott
12 June 2013