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  • This Is the Moment for a Cultural Reset
    Posted on Mar 2nd, 2021

    February 28, 2021 By Stuart R. Levine Published in NACD Online As board members of private companies, now is the time to digest the disruption and pain caused by the global pandemic—to gain perspective, understand the implications for your business, continue to grow, and move forward on the right strategic path. Understanding the reality of […]


  • The Pandemic Has Created A New Customer Reality
    Posted on Feb 6th, 2021

    By Stuart Levine Published in, Forbes “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”, a phrase attributed to management guru, Peter Drucker, seems more apt than ever now that technology is accelerating the ability to connect with consumers. On the forefront of this direction is an imperative to define a great consumer experience that is personalized through evolving […]


  • Creating A Culture Of Curiosity And Engagement To Weather The Covid Storm
    Posted on Dec 14th, 2020

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes The Covid-19 crisis will impact business for a while longer, even with a vaccine on the horizon and improved treatments for the disease. Businesses and leaders are recognizing a challenging new normal. The economic outlook is cloudy, and the most successful companies undertake strategic plans accordingly. They need to […]


  • The Digital Revolution Needs The Human Touch
    Posted on Nov 23rd, 2020

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes The Covid-19 crisis is driving how businesses are managing technology and it is accelerating rates of change. The digital revolution is spurring leaders who had been resistant to greater use of digital approaches to now trust them and embrace them. Daily conversations via ZOOM and other digital interfaces […]


  • Employees Must Come First
    Posted on Oct 29th, 2020

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, Forbes The Covid-19 pandemic appears to be with us for the foreseeable future, creating a fog of uncertainty for much of the workforce. People have worries about their personal and family health and safety, their children’s education and care, their parent’s well-being, and a lot more. At the same […]


  • Diversity Confirmed To Boost Innovation And Financial Results
    Posted on Jan 29th, 2020

    Published in, Forbes By Stuart R. Levine “Diverse and inclusive cultures are providing companies with a competitive edge over their peers.” This quote summarizes conclusions from The Wall Street Journal’s first corporate ranking that examined diversity and inclusion among S&P 500 companies. The Journal’s researchers’ work joins an ever-growing list of studies by economists, demographers, and research […]


  • How To Create Sustainable Cultures That Are Accretive To Shareholders
    Posted on Nov 11th, 2019

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in Forbes A company’s intangible assets, including talent and culture, are now estimated to make up 52% of a company’s market value and for some companies it can be as high as 90%.* Companies like State Street, BlackRock and Vanguard are actively focused on these issues. On September 18, 2019 […]


  • Create A Culture Of Engagement To Achieve Real Results
    Posted on Sep 12th, 2019

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes Measuring is paramount when you’re trying to create change and improvement. It’s the only way to identify gaps and close them. In trying to create a healthy culture within your work environment to achieve employee engagement, outstanding performance and results, it’s critical to measure your culture on an […]


  • A Superb Strategy Without The Culture To Support It Leads To Failure
    Posted on Jun 26th, 2019

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes Senior leadership’s continual focus on strategy is fundamental to the operation of business. Still, a brilliant business strategy without the culture to implement it is a fool’s errand. The most important thing that leaders can do is to listen, engage team members, attract and retain the best talent, […]


  • Choose Happiness
    Posted on Dec 21st, 2017

    Published in, CU Times By Stuart R. Levine In my decades of working with CEOs, and in occupying the position myself, maximizing the CEO’s positive effect on the culture organization is always on my mind. We know that there is “no one size fits all” approach to leadership, yet I do see how much an […]