Michael Roman, CEO of 3M3M’s Michael Roman likes to think of the multinational conglomerate as a “purpose-driven” company.
After having successfully completed the preparation and entry phases, CEOs must effectively lead their organizations through a period of continual evolution in order to realize the expectations of all the stakeholders.
There are a number of challenges that must be met to accelerate the integration of new CEOs and allow them to thrive early on.
What must you prepare your potential successors to do? There are eight core responsibilities that span across most CEO positions.
Chief Executive recently introduced the Class of 2017-2018 CEOs on its CEO 1000 Tracker. Among the group were 128 new CEOs, 92 of whom were insiders and 36 of whom were hired from outside the company.
This is the introductory article in a new series addressing the opportunities and challenges faced by CEOs over the five distinct phases in the Life Cycle of the CEO, each presenting its own tasks and challenges.
After restructuring, GE will again be a “tech-driven growth story,” says CEO John Flannery. Flannery, a long-time GE vet, vows to focus on core growth areas.
Which positions have prepared more executives for the corner office? Which schools provide the best education for a future CEO? The data in our CEO1000 Tracker uncovers key trends.