Jack Welch, the legendary CEO of GE, died on March 1. Yale SOM leadership expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, who knew him for decades, writes that Welch was flawed but brilliant, an innovator and icon of industrial imagination.
Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld writes that the company made the right move by turning to a knowledgeable insider instead of making a clean sweep.
Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld writes that while global executives may be cheering Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic escape, they should worry about the trends behind his legal peril.
Leadership experts Jeffrey Sonnenfeld of Yale SOM and General Thomas Kolditz of Rice University write that Trump’s interference in the Gallagher case violates a key principle of military law and undermines the military command structure.
Yale SOM's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld writes that AMC Entertainment recently provided a model on what to do when your employees harm a customer.
Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld writes that business leaders are speaking for the nation in standing up for action against gun violence.
Rich Lesser, CEO of the Boston Consulting Group, and Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld write that when government fails to address the threat of climate change, businesses must lead.
This week, the Business Roundtable declared a commitment to the interests of customers, employees, and local communities—not just shareholders. Yale SOM's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says the change in position reflects an understanding among many business leaders that doing good is not antithetical to doing well.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld writes that WeWork founder Adam Neumann’s sale of $700 million of his ownership indicates a lack of faith in his own company as it heads toward an IPO.
What drove Lee Iacocca? Yale’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld explains the man behind both the iconic vehicles and the PR machine.