DiSanzo was appointed to her current position in May 2012, and has since led the Philips' Healthcare sector with invaluable leadership, business acume...
Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen are inspiring the next generation of women into STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math fields) by creating han...
A lifelong steward of Deutsch Inc., Linda joined the agency over 20 years ago. She has been a key player in helping Deutsch become an industry leader ...
It might get some folks thinking that this is the beginning of mass telework jilting throughout Corporate America. But all indicators point to it maintaining strong relationships within the biggest and smallest employers in the country.
Both HP and Yahoo's CEOs seem to think more face time translates into more light bulbs above employees' heads. But is that really true?
Now, having vanquished a massively over-funded opponent, Brown may face off against a massively under-funded opponent. Whitman got 41 percent of the vote for her $180 million. It will be interesting to see how different the results are in 2014, if at all.
Whitman is on the board of directors of Summit Public Schools, a private charter school organization in Silicon Valley, and Summit is proposing to start a charter school in the West Contra Costa Unified School District.
After so many politicians and entertainers have embarrassed themselves by being caught in pathetic, utterly transparent lies, you would think people i...
I realized that in order to stay competitive and be taken seriously in a business setting, women had been hiding their natural feminine gifts and abilities and adapting to a more male-centric model and approach to success.
How many men and women are ready to commit to marriage at 21? Remember, the only time you can change a man is when he's in diapers. The Princeton mom's retro rhetoric is reminiscent of the "ring by spring" mandate for coeds to get engaged by graduation.
One of the strangest things about California over the past decade is how little impact Arnold Schwarzenegger's two landslide wins for the governorship had on the Republican Party.
Two new polls contain fascinating information about major trends of thought among California voters. The most dramatic development is a sharp reversal of opinion on illegal immigrants.
With Republicans in such profound disarray, can Democrats still screw up their opportunity for ongoing dominance?
Though I'm glad about Whitman's flip-flop in favor of equality, as a gay dad, I have to reflect on the pain and damage inflicted by the "Yes on 8" campaign, something that I believe Ms. Whitman needs to know before she shakes this bit of dust from her feet.
Will Jerry Brown be unopposed for reelection? Technically, no. Effectively? We'll see.
Most bosses have been skillfully coached to conduct themselves in public in ways where they appear to care about building trust despite how they may vary in actual leadership choices. Can there be a more management mantra than "build trust" with key constituents?