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Being Priviledged is not Synonomous with Luxury

“One characteristic of women is their sensitivity for another” says Maria Mercedes Gomez the Executive Director of BANCAMIA in Colombia and one of the most competent women I’ve met in my life. 406 more words

Best-paid CEOs run some of the worst-performing companies

LONDON — Investors should be wary of CEOs that take home excessive paychecks and bonuses.

A new report from MSCI has found that better paid CEOs tend to run worse performing companies, while their underpaid peers achieve significantly better results. 234 more words


Run Government Like a Business? Not Likely!


Donald Trump suggests that we’d all be better off if Government were run like a business. Is he right? You decide.

 A blog by Bob Aronson… 2,227 more words

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How CEOs Can Keep Their Analytics Programs from Being a Waste of Time

(Source: hbr.org)

Paul Garbett for HBR

Despite billions of dollars invested in big data and analytics, the simple truth is that most projects and programs fail to meet expectations. 978 more words


The Ballooning Executive Team

(Source: hbr.org)

Executive teams replete with functional experts (CFOs, CHROs, etc.) are so common today one forgets they were not always the norm. In fact, they date back to GM’s… 1,080 more words


How to Support a First Time CEO

Stepping into the CEO role for the first time is a daunting task. You’ll face immense pressure to tackle widespread responsibility at a relentless pace. No CEO can do it alone and a first-timer in particular will need support in making that transition. 889 more words


Learn Why This CEO’s Change Efforts Failed

I recently met with a CEO of a large corporation. He was demoralised and confused by the limited impact a 3-year culture change program had, in which they had invested EUR 300 000. 605 more words