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Kathy Leake is the award-winning Founder and CEO of Crux Intelligence, a next gen AI-powered business intelligence solution, transforming organizations through unlocking gold mines of data via customizable, voice-ready, natural language-enabled, machine learning-based and super-smart analytics platforms. During the course of her career, Leake has built 4 x high-tech, data driven, AI-based technology companies from ideation to a combined revenue of $45MM, while raising $50MM in venture capital. She has sat on the Boards of all, and managed both large and small investor bases (15 - 80 shareholders). Leake’s work has received numerous industry accolades including Forbes "America’s Most Promising Companies" and Inc. 500 America’s Fastest Growing Companies.
Feb 10, 2023
Next-generation business intelligence and augmented analytics will be powerful tools for retailers in 2023, helping them to better understand and serve their customers, optimize their operations, and drive growth.
Women have a lot to offer the tech industry. If getting a seat at the table means you’ll have to push a little harder, be a little bolder, and realign your priorities at least in the short-term, it will be worth it.
Sep 19, 2022
Here's how 10 leaders (and teams) are meeting their mark. There's nothing wrong with raising the stakes and reaching for stars with high expectations for the business. But how can managers develop efficient and repeatable daily workflow systems to overcome obstacles and get their teams closer to achieving the company's short- and long-term goals? Never underestimate your ability to accomplish an impossible mission—through teamwork, no matter how ambitious it seems. Here are 10 tips to motivate leaders and staff on their journey to business success, courtesy of Fast Company Executive Board experts.
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