Leadership Strategy


Remembering PepsiCo CEO Donald Kendall, Who Aggressively Grew The Brand

Kendall, who helmed the soft drinks giant for 23 years from 1963 to1986, is best known for transforming the New York-based company into the primary competitor of Coca-Cola.

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What You Need To Know About Your Startup Vision

Your vision gives you purpose and a direction. If you follow this direction, you may realize that you are taking the wrong path and that’s OK because that’s an opportunity to adjust your course towards a new promising destination. Here are a few examples and key insights about startup visions.