First Issue of Insigniam Quarterly Profiles TI CEO Rich Templeton

The March 15 launch issue of Insigniam Quarterly will feature a cover story that focuses on Templeton's 32-year career at TI, where he has been able to change the company's direction and give it a new focus on analog and embedded-processing growth.

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Rich Templeton’s work at TI is the embodiment of the kind of innovative strategy and leadership that we advocate to all our clients at Insigniam.

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 05, 2013

Insigniam, a leading international management consulting firm, announces the March 15 launch of Insigniam Quarterly, a new thought leadership magazine designed to help companies fulfill a commitment to reaching unprecedented business results. The magazine will be released in both print and digital formats, delivered four times a year.

Insigniam Quarterly will feature stories of transformative innovation and business breakthroughs from leaders and organizations around the world, such as Danone, Bausch + Lomb; Levi Strauss; Ryan; and the subject of the first issue’s cover story, Texas Instruments CEO Rich Templeton.

The cover story focuses on Templeton’s 32-year career at TI, where he has been able to change the company’s direction and give it a new focus on analog and embedded-processing growth. Templeton accomplished this through innovative decision-making, strong communication and making bold and unexpected moves.

“Rich Templeton’s work at TI is the embodiment of the kind of innovative strategy and leadership that we advocate to all our clients at Insigniam,” says Shideh Sedgh Bina, editor-in-chief of Insigniam Quarterly and one of Insigniam’s founding partners. “His ability to continually reimagine and reshape TI has led to incredible results. How many other companies can say that they have the chance to sell something to every customer in the world? That is true sustainability.”

Other stories in the first issue of Insigniam Quarterly include the 2013 Executive Sentiment Survey; a roundtable discussion with executives from major corporations; and columns from CEOs, professors and authors. To learn more about Insigniam, please visit http://www.insigniam.com.


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