Marc Emmer

  • How great executives make transparent decisions

    How great executives make transparent decisions

    We are entering a new era of executive management. Travis Kalanick’s quick exit from Uber is just the latest in a litany of high-profile ousters of founders such as Jerry Yang (Yahoo) and Jack Dorsey (Twitter)[i]. Some of tech’s most prominent stars have been booted for bad behavior, and others for corporate performance. But Kalanick’s

  • State of the economy: A mid-year review

    State of the economy: A mid-year review

    Within our strategic planning practice, we have a front-row seat to trends emerging within the economy. As we’ve observed, business owners are currently trying to make sense of the politically charged environment and its potential impact on the broader economy. The government’s reporting of Q1 Gross National Product (GNP) is the first meaningful objective measure

  • Small business: The entrepreneur’s dilemma

    Small business: The entrepreneur’s dilemma

    Growing a small business is no small task. A recent Vistage publication concluded that 19% of Vistage member companies have less than $10 million in sales (the threshold used by the U.S. government to define “mid-market”). And according to this article in Harvard Business Review, only a tiny percentage of these will ever reach $100

  • The business strategy of a market leader

    The business strategy of a market leader

    Twenty years ago, when the book The Discipline of Market Leaders was published, it was revered as one of the seminal works on business strategy. The premise of the book is that market leaders fall into one of three categories: Product Innovators: Providers who redefine markets with radical new products Customer Intimacy: Providers who understand

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