Right CEO to Lead

The Right CEO to Lead


Many companies struggle because the boards and CEOs fail. Think about how your board adds value and how it may be a competitive advantage. If not, then the board acts as a rubber stamp for the CEO’s agenda.

The CEO must do the following in conjunction with the boards:

– Define the criteria of an outstanding board by focusing on its output.
– Learn the business model and regularly assess both managerial and industry issues.
– Consider merger and acquisition (M&A) criteria.
– Conduct cultural surveys to ensure minimal company code violations.
– Ensure that the development of future leaders is supported within the company.

Boards make very few decisions. However, those decisions may make or break your company.

Activist Shareholder Campaigns

Recent activist shareholder campaigns, notably at Disney, underscore the vital role they play in addressing company performance issues.  Highlighting financial shortcomings, these shareholders bring constructive,

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