To develop successful relationships, a new CEO needs to jump right in when it comes to establishing a leadership role with the board.
Companies that are looking to receive support from investment giant BlackRock are going to have to put a priority on social responsibility, board diversity and long-term strategy moving forward.
The incoming CEO of Domino’s has big shoes to fill and some examples of foundering peers to remind him that leadership in the quick-serve-food industry isn’t for the faint of heart.
With Berkshire Hathaway Inc. adding two senior executives to its board of directors this week, the speculation is that the company’s 87-year-old CEO Warren Buffett’s eventual heir may be filling one of the seats.
Joint venture CEOs should consider negotiating seven terms and conditions before accepting or renewing a job offer. Learn what they are:
When CEOs start a new position, it’s never about the money… at first. It’s like a honeymoon period filled with creativity, getting to understand your team and strategic planning. But if it goes bad, everything you are judged on from that point forward is about the money.
A successor who’s got the turnaround expertise the company is seeking will find a stiff challenge in executing an about-face for a brand that has experienced a spectacular fall over the last few years.
Unilever CEO Paul Polman wants to save the world. But now he may have to pay closer attention to saving his own job.
A frank conversation on the responsibilities of company leadership with regard to cybersecurity, for both the C-Suite and the board, is long overdue.
The best way to stay competitive, build a better tomorrow and stay ahead of your competition is to have a sustainable, long-term succession plan to maintain leadership.