Research

Have you wondered like me why firms that are good end up being good targets? Is being number 2 easier than being number 1? Maybe so. Fortune calls this the “good company, good target” phenomenon. In short, the more virtuous the company, the more problematic....

In a new McKinsey executive report, turns out that CEOs are most often mentioned as standing behind the digital revolutions in their companies. And over the three years of the study, CEO sponsorship of digital platforms increased whereas engagement and involvement among other C-Level titles went mostly nowhere. Board members...

Just Capital, an independent non-profit co-founded in 2014 by billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones II, just released a survey among 43,000 Americans on how well corporate America is doing. The consensus seems to be not so well. Only 41% of all Americans reported that they...

I have been meaning to write about some compelling research that came out of Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business by Elizabeth Blankespoor and Ed deHaan. The title of their research captures the question they explored which is—CEO Visibility: Are Media Stars Born or Made?...

Just returned from Mexico City where Weber Shandwick opened a new office as part of our LatAm network.  We held a terrific event to officially officially declare that we are open for business! At the spectacular breakfast event, we released our results on CEO and corporate...