Finding the Right CEO for Your Company
At a time when most businesses are looking at transforming themselves to align with the changing market conditions, getting the right person to steer the company could be tough.
Are you also stuck in a ‘strategy’ trap?
Bored of implementing the same business strategies year after year? Here are some tested ideas that can help business leaders get out of their thinking traps and drive ‘real’ change for their organization.
Choosing the next Microsoft CEO could be tough
Microsoft’s two chief executives, Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, dedicated their entire lives to create the giant as we know it. It might be tough to find a CEO who can live up to the huge expectations now.
Seven steps for a successful business turnaround
If business leaders have to bring about a turnaround in their companies, they should get rid of their biases and be willing to take bold decisions.
Do bad guys make great tech CEOs?
They are more willing to take risks, make bigger bets and bring about revolutionary changes.
Leadership Notes: Finding the Best Person for the Job?
Category : Columns
For every playmaker in the team, there should also be shooters and defenders, explains Raj Narayan, Chief Content Officer at Trivone Digital Services.
CEOs find it tough to drive sustainability, shows survey
Despite CEOs’ commitment towards sustainability, private companies are not doing enough, says a global CEO study on sustainability by UN Global Compact and Accenture
Is V Balakrishnan next in line for the top job at Infosys?
There is growing speculation in the market that Infosys veteran leader V Balakrishnan could be the next CEO after Shibulal steps down
Ashok Vemuri: Heading for iGate?
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
It seems almost certain that Ashok Vemuri, head of Infosys' North American operations and a member of its board, is ready to take up the top job at iGate
How can CIOs determine what CEOs want?
Technology : Business Intelligence
A step-by-step methodology that CIOs can use to proactively find out what their CEOs need…