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Finding Common Ground with Civility #PageAnnual
September, 20, 2017 by Arthur W. Page Society

We live in a time of extreme polarization. Some of the first people to agree to that sentiment at #PageAnnual were former Senator Barbara Boxer, D-CA, and Ari Fleischer, former White House Press Secretary to President George W. Bush, as they addressed the challenges the United States faces in maintaining a sense of “community” on a national scale. However, they believe that there’s more than...

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Mind the Gap – Conversations Overheard at #PageAnnual
September, 18, 2017 by Arthur W. Page Society

We are living in a paradox. Today, we are more connected than we have ever been. Yet, the disconnect that divides the world has never been more obvious. It has become paramount to work toward integrating the differing opinions and voices into a productive framework. Page Society Chairman Dave Samson of Chevron drove home the point when he said, “There’s no better time to discuss the topic of...

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Culture, Strategy and Purpose – and “Our Hill”
September, 15, 2017 by Björn Edlund

Why is it increasingly so important for companies to be clear about their culture, their strategy and above all their purpose – about who they are, how they run their business and the very core reason for their being – as well as about the role they play as an integral part of society? Let me meander a little as I strut, skip and shuffle towards making a few points. I’ve always been...

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There’s No “I” in Team
September, 14, 2017 by Megan Jordan

There was once a time when companies could effectively tell their story through a traditional advertising or public relations campaign.  Companies would disseminate their pitch to consumers in hopes of converting them into customers.  Number of sales was usually the only metric that mattered. The role of CCO has evolved significantly, creating an environment where companies are dependent on...

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