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2008 Chief Executive Of The Year

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As Anne Mulcahy, CEO of Xerox, walked to the mezzanine balcony overlooking the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange to ring the closing bell one day in late July, a well wisher asked her what she thought of the occasion of her inauguration as 2008 Chief Executive of the Year.“It’s great to be honored here, she beamed, but ...

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2008 CEO Of The Year Celebration

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     Ron Naples – Chairman & CEO of Quaker Chemical.Gloria Bohan – President, CEO and founder of Omega World Travel.Al Ehrbar – President of EVA Advisers.Hassan Ahmed – Chairman of Sonus Networks.Andy Taylor – CEO of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.Gene Bauer – Managing Director, U.S. consulting operations at Hay Group.   Anne Mulcahy with her husband Joe and hers sons Kevin and Michael.Richard Thompson – ...

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What Can CEOs Do to Develop Leaders?

Click on the below image to view videoForget capital, strategy, R&D. In today’s fast-paced, global economy, the most important criteria for success may well be a robust, active process for identifying, developing and retaining leaders three or more levels below the CEO.The role talent development plays in a company’s success is hardly news. After all, a smooth succession is the ...

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Building a Better Innovation Model

Forget focus groups. Sure, identifying a customer need is a great first step in the innovation process. But most customers haven’t a clue as to what, exactly, it is that they need. In fact, they may not even recognize that they’re not completely happy with what they’ve got until you give them another option.Witness H. J. Heinz. Neither consumer focus ...

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A Prescription for Health Care

The numbers are shocking. The U.S. spends $2 trillion a year on its health system-50 percent more per capita than any other nation. Yet, as many as 90,000 Americans die each year from preventable medical errors during hospitalization, reports the Institute of Medicine. In fact, more than a third of doctors and 42 percent of Americans have experienced medical errors ...

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9th Annual CEO2CEO Summit

Powered by MediasiteNovember 15, 2007ThursdayPanel Discussion Topic: Dedicated Employees, Loyal Customers, Sustainable Profits…..How do We Connect the Dots.Presenter(s): Mr. Bob Ulrich, Chairman and CEO, Target, Mitchell Modell, CEO of Modell’s Sporting Goods, J.P. Donlon, Editor-in-Chief,  Topic: The Transformation of World Capital Markets: What does it mean for Global LeadersPresenter(s): James Copland of Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy  Topic: Future ...

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Succession Without Tears

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CEO succession practices have witnessed a sea change over the past decade. In the not-so-recent past, anointing a successor- regardless of what official corporate policy might state-was often the purview of the sitting CEO. He or she assessed the field, handpicked one or more promising contenders, and winnowed them over time, eventually championing a nominee to the board, which then ...

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Top 10 Enterprise Risks

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Managing business risk has always been a strategic imperative, but perhaps never more so than today. Explosive global expansion, ever-more-onerous regulatory oversight and an environment of rapid change have spurred a growing awareness about the importance of understanding-and preparing for-potential threats to an organization’s competitive position. For many companies, identifying and mitigating enterprise risk is a critical element of managerial ...

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The New Logic of Offshoring

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In its earliest phase, offshoring was driven by cost reduction and limited to non-mission-critical work such as call centers, credit card processing and administrative work. Companies raced to source work in Asia-Pacific, South American and Eastern European countries where workers are plentiful and wages are low. Over time, the level of work being performed abroad began to move up the ...

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