Earlier this year, CEO turnover spiked in January and February, but it has since tapered off.
Clearly the very fiery temperament of a flamboyant founder that drives bold entrepreneurial ambitions during a company’s inception can backfire later. Yet there are profound strategic and cultural risks to replacing founders.
Craig Jelinek, CEO of Costco, which is #17 of the top 1,000 public/private companies, is one of America's most loved CEOs.
After nine years as CEO of Coca Cola, Muhtar Kent handed the reins to James Quincey, the company’s COO and president, on May 1.
Doug McMillon has been CEO of Walmart since 2014. And at 51, he is younger than the average CEO, at 58, of the top 1,000 public/private companies.
Global Mobility in Succession Planning Part 1: How Expat Assignments Can Drive Leadership Development
Organizations looking to develop global leaders within their teams are beginning to take a different approach to the challenge, with many now requiring expatriate...
Mary Barra has been CEO of General Motors for just three years, but already there is a mountain of lessons for other chiefs in how she has managed not only to survive but to thrive in one of the highest-profile positions of any global business leader.
In early May, US Steel CEO Mario Longhi stepped down from the CEO job, with plans to fully retire from the company by the end of June.
Transitions are challenging for every CEO, but they are especially difficult for those new to the role.
CEOs of the 1,000 largest companies (by revenue) vary by many factors. Here are six of the top key trends.