Short, snappy and to the point, 5's innovative format provides analysis of today's issues for the C-suite executive.
Chief audit executives can provide a critical perspective to mergers and acquisitions. Is your internal audit function involved in every relevant component of strategic transactions?
Procurement has an increasing role in addressing new legal and regulatory guidelines for transparency and reduced risk.
CIOs increase their strategic value as IT becomes a more critical function in business strategy.
Tough economic conditions, increasing customer expectations and global competition mean that companies must create analytical insights into their customers' profitability and lifetime value.
Increasingly, regulators ask utilities to provide more rigorous justification of all operating expenses and capital investment decisions. Are your shared support services costs sufficiently transparent?
Investor reporting expectations have evolved. Leading companies use integrated reporting to provide more complete performance metrics and measurements to improve communication, processes and efficiencies.
New HHS guidelines have created an aggressive approach to tracking down HIPAA non-compliance. The fines are substantial and brand damage could be worse.
Many states have begun to develop health insurance exchanges. Find out how to be a leader and increase membership, market share and growth.
With additional regulations for coal plants coming soon, many utilities are retiring their existing coal-fired units. Coal-to-gas conversion may be a way to maximize value.
In the rapidly evolving Pharma 3.0 landscape, pharmaceutical companies must develop ways of gaining market share. Are you adapting sales, marketing and operations resources properly?
Learn how a cultural lens can help executives implement cost reduction programs that are right for the company — and its employees.
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