Tom Stewart on the value of a much abused term.
More than a decade of slow starvation has begun to weaken the inner organs of the media, not just its surface elements like production values and paper quality.
Time Inc. journalists who used to report only to editors now report to publishers, who represent the business side of the magazine. That’s just the latest sign that more than a decade of slow starvation has begun to weaken the inner organs of the media, not just its surface elements like production values and paper quality.
After the Copenhagen Climate Council was considered a failure, how should we prepare for COP-16 in Mexico? Big Think's live roundtable on March 26, 2010 in Houston was moderated by Tom Stewart, Chief Marketing and Knowledge Officer at Booz & Co. On the panel: Peter Voser, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell; Vinod Khosla, founding CEO of Sun Microsystems; and Marc Stuart, Co-Founder of EcoSecurities.
Thomas A. Stewart is the Chief Marketing and Knowledge Officer (CMKO) of the global management consulting firm Booz & Company. Stewart most recently served as editor and managing director of Harvard Business Review, and is a best-selling author, an authority on intellectual capital and knowledge management, and an influential thought leader on global management issues and ideas.
During Stewart’s six years with Harvard Business Review, the magazine was a two-time finalist for general excellence in the National Magazine Awards, and received an “Eddie” in 2007 from Folio Magazine.
Previously, Stewart served as the editorial director for Business 2.0 and as a member of Fortune’s Board of Editors. He is the author of two books, Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations, and The Wealth of Knowledge: Intellectual Capital and the 21st Century Organization, published by Doubleday Business in 1998 and 2003, respectively.
Stewart is a fellow of the World Economic Forum. He is a summa cum laude graduate of Harvard College, and holds an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Cass School of Business at City University, London.