Asian Competition Rising
It was 25 years ago that I shipped off to Hong Kong as a young, impressionable corrrespondent for United Press [...]
January 1 2004 by William J. Holstein
It was 25 years ago that I shipped off to
Now a quarter century later, it’s become evident just how momentous
Our CEO2CEO Leadership Summit beyond a shadow of a doubt that there’s nowhere left to hide. Some major companies, such as American International Group, Citigroup,
One key, of course, is to develop senior management skills. Increasingly, as Pfizer CEO Hank McKinnell argues in our cover story . CEOs must spend some time living in a distant market early in their careers to understand how a truly international company operates. A CEO needs that experience to understand how cultures and governmental systems and time zones force most companies to adapt their U.S.-centric models. No one business style works everywhere.
BECAUSE OUR GOAL at Chief Executive is to be at the top of the business world’s intellectual foodchain, we are introducing a new look to the magazine as of this month. This redesign, conceived of and carried out by Art Director Andrew Ogilvie, is aimed at communicating a sense of urgency and authoritativeness. We want you to pick us up, read us and react to us.
To encourage that, we are giving you more visual points of entry into stories. You’ll notice more graphics and other visual elements. But we’ve avoided cluttering the magazine with too many jarring typefaces, opting instead for a clean, accessible look.