Sunday, October 15, 2006


That's right, SPEAK UP. Important, candid conversations are being overlooked in favor of diplomacy in the boardroom. When I think CEO, I think "Important", "Skilled", umm.. "can make huge corporate decisions in a blink of an eye, and have the all encompasing, "BIG IDEAS" . . well turns out, that's not even as important (kinda):

Great Article from Management Issues:

Almost to two-thirds of all major companies have replaced their CEOs
within the last five years. Previous studies have suggested that failing
to deliver on critical initiatives is one of the primary reasons for this rate
of CEO churn. In other words, CEOs' shortcomings are less about strategy and
decision-making than about their ability to execute their plans.

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