Melanie C. Nolen

Melanie C. Nolen
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Melanie is research editor for Corporate Board Member and Chief Executive. She has two decades of experience writing for the corporate and financial industry across Canada and the United States. She is based in Nashville, Tennessee.

Culture Can Save Your Company—And Make You Stronger After The Crisis

A former oil CEO and Airborne Ranger says CEOs should seize the current opportunity to get leaner and become the company they want to be—and that employees are the key to getting there.

In New Poll, 84% of CEOs Say Their Revenue Will Drop...

A new poll of CEOs reveals the depth of economic decline being experienced by U.S. companies—and what they're doing about it.

April Poll Finds CEOs Optimistic For Robust Recovery From Coronavirus Crisis

Our survey of CEOs, conducted in the first days of April, shows continued optimism about the future—despite big worries about the present.

CEOs Shrug Off Market Correction, Coronavirus As Short-Term Issues In Early-March...

Chief Executive Group's March survey finds CEOs remain confident about 2020 and beyond. They say reaction to coronavirus is overblown and economic indicators don’t give any reason to panic—yet.

CEO Optimism Surges in February, But So Do Election Worries

As one CEO put it: “Everything involved with the economy is dependent upon who is elected POTUS in November.”

In Some Cases, Pay Really Should Be Unequal

Not everyone in your C-Suite is a superstar, so you need to divvy up the compensation pie accordingly, rather than average it in pursuit of "fairness.".

CEOs Shrug Off Turmoil In Washington As Optimism For 2020 Continues...

In spite of impeachment and ongoing tariffs, CEO confidence rises to the highest level recorded since last May.

CEOs Fear Washington Instability Could Trigger 2020 Recession

Political uncertainty, ongoing tariffs and scarcity of talent are forcing CEOs to delay investments and play it safe—at least for now.

Despite Political Uncertainty, Most CEOs Remain Optimistic About Business Climate For...

The failure to reach a deal with China is concerning, but overall, outlook remains positive, particularly among midsize and small-business CEOs.

CEOs Find Renewed Optimism Amid Disruption in Washington

CEO confidence in business conditions over the coming year has rebounded to January levels, although some note anxiety over the pending election.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism For 2021 Plateaus In October Amid Contentious Election And Covid Uncertainty

Chief Executive’s October polling of nearly 500 CEOs finds CEOs cautious on the eve of the Presidential election.