A market theory of executive performance measurement would suggest that given the amount of data available, processing power, our understanding of human behavior and the firm, and technology, the market will only get better at valuing CEOs
and paying them accordingly as time progresses.
For boards and CEOs
considering the creation of a COO role--or for those interested in making sure their leadership team of CEO
and COO are on the right track--these issues of fit are critical things to monitor.
Larkin again suggest it "doesn't matter [italics added] if employees trust" the CEO
, only that they trust the organization will implement the CEO
's plan, and besides, they say, it's impossible to increase CEO
trust no matter what you do.
Just as a cardiologist is not qualified to perform neurosurgery, CEOs
do not all possess the same competencies.
Unless modified, the proposal would unwisely increase compliance burdens and unfairly diminish CEOs
and corporate tax officials by suggesting that the former may be too craven and the latter too weak to ensure compliance with the tax law.
A Financial Executive survey last year of companies with revenues greater than $500 million revealed that 33 percent of responding CEOs
had risen through the finance ranks, while only 26 percent had reached the top from operations and 21 percent from sales and marketing.
were uniformly singled out for one distinction--sales smarts.
Knowling is one of a growing number of African American CEOs
of publicly traded technology companies.
earn profits) and derive value from strategic planning is directly proportional to the extent to which CEOs
are prepared to ensure that every employee behaves in ways consistent with the plan and the policies embedded in it.
Reasonably or unreasonably, some are deemed superstars, because they've turned companies around or outperformed their competitors, or they've been able to get results in ways that previous CEOs
weren't able to do,'' Fields said.
Looking ahead to year-end 1992, the vast majority of growth company CEOs
foresee positive economic growth for the country as a whole: 86 percent, up slightly from 82 percent in March.
Led by CEOs
from the world's top security providers, CSIA believes a comprehensive approach to information system security is vital to the stability of the global economy.
USA Today, which fulfills an informal vox populi, vox dei function in this society, advanced numerous theories as to why CEOs
are reluctant to join the "Wild West" of the blogosphere.
In this situation, most CEOs
clam up until the layoffs actually occur, because they want to wait until everything is in place.
There are many reasons for this lag in CEO
development for pysician executives.