The role of the CEO is far from easy—but the principles are surprisingly simple. To be successful, CEOs need to focus on three things: get the strategy right, get the operations aligned with the strategy, and get the people in place that will execute on that strategy.
Oracle introduced new artificial intelligence (AI) innovations to Oracle Customer Experience Cloud that will help marketing, sales, commerce, and customer service professionals meet the rapidly changing expectations of today’s customers.
In an interview with Inside Tennis, Mark Hurd discusses the current state of college tennis and how Oracle is helping young professionals compete on the pro circuit. Hurd, who attended Baylor University on a tennis scholarship, is keen on giving back to the sport that was fundamental to his own professional development.
Mark Hurd made a set of five predictions at Oracle OpenWorld 2017 describing the future of enterprise cloud through 2025. These predictions touched on IT spending, database center consolidation, and data security–and they’re happening even faster than he forecasted.
At Oracle HCM World 2018, Mark Hurd shared his perspectives on the hiring process at Oracle, how to create positive change in the workplace, how millennials are redefining work, and more. In a conversation with Oracle CHRO Joyce Westerdahl, Hurd describes the primary responsibilities of a CEO as needing to “get the strategy right, get […]
Mark Hurd started the Class Of program in 2013 to bring recent college graduates to Oracle sales teams. The program has now brought over 10,000 grads to Oracle and expanded to become the “Oracle Digital Class Of” program, just one of the many training programs and initiatives at Oracle’s new cloud campus in Austin, Texas.
Next week, human resource professionals will arrive in Dallas to attend sessions, keynotes, and labs during the three-day Oracle HCM World conference.
Mark Hurd joined Forbes journalist Steven Bertoni to discuss enterprise IT, cloud technology and leadership on the Forbes Interview podcast. Check out a few of the topics he covers in the conversation.
Artificial intelligence is quickly becoming a key component of new technologies, from social media to self-driving cars. Yet there’s a shortage of people with AI skills and expertise, and it may be years before the talent pipeline fills up. Fortunately, organizations don’t have to hire their own AI teams to get started.
Data breaches and security risks were frequent topics of conversation during Mark Hurd’s recent trip to New York City, where customers made clear that many executives in the tech business don’t seem to understand the potential threat landscape.