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While teaching Integrating Marketing at NYU, James Black re-learned three core values that build the foundation of a successful marketing campaign.

Indranil Ghosh identifies elements that contribute to a nation’s wealth and shares his views on the benefits of adopting the 2nd principle value creation throughout the socio-economy.

James Phimister shares a few observations on data and content integration, and why it is beneficial to look beyond the obvious sources when researching.

Susan Drumm compares two stories of victimization, and how understanding the victim mind set can lead to liberation.

Sugath Warnakulasuriya has designed and launched a number of Innovation and Digital Transformation programs for Fortune 500 companies. He shares a one-page summary of new skills, tools and mindset as a starting point to help companies modernize how they operate and find and develop new sources of growth.

Author of two books on consulting, David A. Fields offers a step-by-step direction to a low-stress, high-margin consulting firm.

Kaihan Krippendorff, author of four books on strategy, explores the work of psychologist Albert Bandura and his theory of self-efficacy as a driving factor in the attainment of success.

Dan Markowitz provides valuable insight on the problem of stumbling blocks for companies pursuing continuous improvement on company culture.

John Van Leeuwen provides insight into the current obstacles faced by the oil and gas industry, and why the problem oil prices.

On the CEO Exclusive blog post this week, Soyini Coke dives into the problems smaller companies face and how they can compete and beat the larger corporations by focusing on these key areas.