Charles O. Holliday Discusses Maintaining the Pulse of a Company
In this fascinating keynote address, Charles O. Holliday, the chairman of Bank of America, discusses the need for enterprise resilience, outlining the risks for the American economy and the necessary next steps for corporations aiming to combat such risks. With the life expectancy of 500 corporations dwindling to just above a decade, the kind of resilience Holliday is envisioning for companies is one that can withstand major societal shifts, such as the current movement into digital media. Holliday suggests that resilience be built piece by piece, industry by industry. When this strength is built into a company, university or organization, the threat of insecurity is levelled.