News5050 – Market Report

December 31, 2017

The Report:

The CEO (chief executive officer) is the most influential figure in a company: a bad one can wreck a company; a good one makes sound business decisions, propelling their company to success. Yet there are several significant problems with how leading companies treat the role. Not only are performance problems common, but too much emphasis is also placed on the CEO. Too often companies suffer from problems relating to CEOs which are avoidable. Correcting issues will pay dividends over the long-term.

Key Questions Answered

– How do scandals happen under powerful CEOs?
– How can entrepreneurs become successful CEOs?
– Do CEOs have too much influence?
– Why should companies have CEO succession plans?


– Explores the validity of CEO pay
– Analyses the transition from founder to CEO
– Looks at the power wielded by CEOs
– Assesses how scandals can be traced back to CEOs

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