A collection of stories about our people, our capabilities, our insights and the ever-changing face of our firm.
Having a diverse set of perspectives assessing a challenge will make or break the corporate reputation of a company.
Three tensions critical for leaders to fine-tune and foster that emerged from CEO discussions at the Transformative CEO Summit.
Full Purple leadership team stays on as rapid growth continues, with new investment to continue developing offering that helps companies navigate change.
Three themes emerged from the Transformative CEO Summit, including CEOs playing a role in areas outside of their business interests.
Purple closes the last week of each year to celebrate the holidays and give people a chance to unwind and unplug all at once. Now, it will happen twice.
Purple Strategies has elevated Kristen Morgante to be Purple’s first Managing Partner. Having been with the firm since its founding, Kristen has been COO for the past decade and was named a partner in 2015.
As the year ended, we reviewed what top CEOs had to say on a range of topics and what year three of the pandemic brings for their companies.
Some of the incredible Black talent across Purple share reflections about what this month means to them, Black leaders who inspire them, and more.
Purple Strategies announced today it has entered into a name, image and likeness (NIL) deal with two members of the George Mason men’s basketball team, Josh Oduro and D’Shawn Schwartz.
Top executives convened this fall for the third Transformative CEO Summit to discuss their perspectives and ambitions around ESG: Environmental, Social and Governance.