The Cable Center Blog

Our dynamic industry is changing faster than ever before, and the nature of business and leadership is evolving just as fast. The Cable Center blog offers insights and guidance from innovators, intrapreneurs, and entrepreneurs to help keep us ahead of those changes. Our experts share life experiences and wisdom to inspire those who will drive what’s next in the connectivity industry.

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Adapting and Shifting to Make Gains

Jana Henthorn, immediate past president of The Cable Center, interviewed editors Alan Breznick and Jeff Baumgartner about the innovative advances happening inside of companies and within our industry, intrapreneurial pacesetters, and emerging trends.

Why I Joined The Cable Center: Camilla Formica Talks with Diane Christman

The Cable Center is thrilled to welcome Camilla Formica, our new Chief Program Officer. President and CEO Diane Christman spoke to Camilla about her new role and why she chose to join our organization.

Empowering Employees to Make Impact

CSG has always played a behind-the-scenes role in helping connect people to their friends, family, work colleagues, and the world. However, over the last two years, the pandemic has seen an increased value in connections for friendship, entertainment, education, and more, while reinforcing what being “purpose-driven” really means.

Translating Agility Practices into Results

Cultures that support agility see business practices and results that translate into more market share, more profitability, bigger retention of customers, reduced time to market, and the ability to retain top talent – which is critical in the midst of a very competitive market.

Find Your Inner Innovator

The WICT Network: Midwest presents an engaging session on intrapreneurship with The Cable Center’s vice president of Intrapreneurship Academy, Janice Silver.

Now Is the Time for Big Ideas

Innovation starts with an idea––a flash of inspiration, matching need with possibility. Idea generation happens much the same way today as it did more than 75 years ago.