THRUUE POINTS BLOG

“The Culture Gap” podcast is live…

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

THRUUE is excited to announce the launch of season one of “The Culture Gap.”  This new podcast series tackles how leading CEOs and C-Suite leaders across the globe are driving change and moving toward their vision.  Season one explores inside stories from leaders facing tremendous business challenges and navigating the shifting culture both inside and outside […]

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James Williams Named Executive In Residence at THRUUE

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

Former Easter Seals CEO, board veteran will help clients with culture change, corporate social responsibility and improved governance. THRUUE is pleased to announce that James E.  Williams, who as president and CEO of Easter Seals helped turn the organization into a national force for social good, has been named the first Executive in Residence of THRUUE, […]

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Jame Cofran Named President of Thruue, Inc.

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

Business development and consulting leader will play critical role as culture and strategy consultancy grows. THRUUE is pleased to announce that Jame Cofran, a business development and consulting executive, has been named president of THRUUE, Inc., as of January 1. Cofran was recently the chief marketing officer and senior vice president of business development of […]

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8 Wishes for 2018

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

We offer a sincere thank you to our clients, partners, and supporters. THRUUE is honored to work with you. Looking forward to this year, we re-commit to you that we will live by our core values and do all we can to enable your success. Our Wishes for 2018 May your employees crave and find […]

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Why Leaders Must Create Space for Dialogue to Strengthen Culture

By Daniel Forrester & Eliza McDevitt

Technology’s rapid advancement is making our world simpler, safer, and more efficient. Business costs decrease as complex human processes are replaced by automation. But while machines and applications improve our lives they also eliminate opportunities for human-to-human connection. Connection in the form of conversation is needed to establish the shared norms and beliefs of a […]

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Closing the Gap Between What Boards Know – and Think They Know – About Company Culture

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

The National Association of Corporate Directors just released a benchmark report on “Culture as a Corporate Asset.” This is an encouraging step as it shows that business leaders are taking corporate culture seriously. Among the critical recommendations: boards and executives must help change company culture by enabling consistent behavior that reinforces company values and priorities […]

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The Millennial Perspective on Company Culture

By Jonelle Lesniak, Culture Lead

The American workplace is in the midst of a generational shift: millennials (those born between 1976 and 2001) will make up 50% of the workforce by 2020 and as much as 75% of the workforce by 2025. As this shift progresses, millennials will increasingly influence their company culture with the values they consider important in […]

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Elegy for 9/11

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

Note to readers: The original version of this essay was published several years ago. Each year, I revisit and refresh it with new memories and insights, ensuring it remains a living document that connects me to what we lost and must never forget. I was sitting at my desk in Cambridge, Massachusetts, working on a […]

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Amazon Alexa, AI and the Core Values Built Into the Machines Shaping Our Future

By Daniel Forrester & Aileen Gray

CEO Daniel Forrester and Senior Analyst Aileen Gray were recently published at voicebot.ai about “the relentless move toward automation and artificial intelligence means for the future of corporate culture and leadership.” Check it out here.

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Celebrating Five Years of THRUUE

By Daniel Forrester, CEO

The odds of a small American business surviving five years are only 50%. When I started THRUUE five years ago, I didn’t think about that statistic and the 50/50 chance I had of failure. From my view, the true failure would have been not attempting to build this company in the first place. Now, as […]

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