Jennifer Pellet

As editor-at-large at Chief Executive magazine, Jennifer Pellet writes feature stories and CEO roundtable coverage and also edits various sections of the publication.


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The Global Growth Imperative

Asian Markets Are Major Theme of CEO Summit

Jennifer Pellet Strategy February 1 2004

The Highs and Lows of Being a CEO

Of all the challenges a CEO faces today, simply showing up to accept the job would hardly rank near the [...]

Jennifer Pellet August 1 2001

The Leadership Agenda: What do CEOs need to know to succeed today?

Turmoil in the CEO world has been on the rise in recent years. In 2008, three Fortune 500 CEOs were [...]

Jennifer Pellet Leadership & Strategy March 20 2012
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The New Administration


What’s Ahead for the First 100 Days

Jennifer Pellet CEO2CEO Summit , Events February 1 2009

The New CEO Board Dynamic

In his recent tenure as CEO of Embarq, Daniel Hesse had the luxury of building a board from scratch. A [...]

Jennifer Pellet January 16 2008
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The New Logic of Offshoring

In its earliest phase, offshoring was driven by cost reduction and limited to non-mission-critical work such as call centers, credit [...]

Jennifer Pellet Events , ROUNDTABLES September 10 2007

The Ninth Annual – CEO LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

To win in an increasingly flat world, today’s leaders need to face a daily imperative head on: achieving breakthrough growth [...]

Jennifer Pellet January 16 2008

The Reputation Question

A good reputation is, literally, priceless. Everyone knows that a company’s character can be instrumental in recruiting and retaining talent, [...]

Jennifer Pellet January 16 2008

The Southwest Story

When James F. Parker moved into the CEO post at Southwest Airlines, his No. 1 mandate was: “Don’t screw it [...]

Jennifer Pellet January 16 2008

The Teachers Expands Its Curriculum

Size doesn’t matter? Don’t you believe it. With $223 billion in assets under management, TIAA-CREF is the largest portable pension system in the world-which gives it plenty of market clout. So when The Teachers calls on you to discuss corporate governance, you might want to pay attention.

Jennifer Pellet November 1 1998

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