What price do we pay for true innovation, and how can that figure of the frenzied genius be a bad one for your company's CEO tenure?
Executive experience can manifest itself in all sorts of ways, and make a person seem both healthily high in self esteem and appallingly arrogant. Can you tell the difference?
Is there really a magic set of questions your company should use during an applicant search? An executive recruitment firm might be the better option.
YES Partners may help you find someone who can be specific in their understanding of important phrases as a CEO.
Businesses in other cultures might use practices that your company is unfamiliar with, but a worldly approach might make a CEO tenure more successful overall.
Whether it's a major crime or a close call, the way your prospective CEO speaks of major failures is important to notice.
Apple's hiring of Ahrendts seems to be based off of several factors from her executive experience.
When it's time for a CEO to leave, the exit should trigger responsive and appropriate business succession planning.
Some people in higher executive positions may be memorable, but can you count on success just based on the way someone carry themselves?
Not every exiting CEO can pull off as grand of a farewell performance as Microsoft's departing executive Steve Ballmer.
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