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Korn Ferry Study: UK Retail CEO Tracker

Now in its fifth year, Korn Ferry's study analyzes CEO appointments across more than 300 public and private British retailers. 

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Why Healthcare CEOs Make Sense for Corporate Boards

Not-for-profit healthcare executives represent an untapped resource for corporate boards.

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Stock Prices Increase When New CEOs Discuss Strategy Publicly, According to New Research

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Heidrick & Struggles: Taking the Emergency out of Emergency Succession Planning

Heidrick & Struggles’ recent article discusses how boards can make a habit of emergency succession planning to ensure that they have a robust plan in place. 

 

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Pearson Partners: From CFO to CEO

It is widely believed that an organization’s CFO is the natural successor for a departing CEO. Their role as CFO has allowed them to interact with compliance, human resources, administration, risk management and information technology side of the organization.

 

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Russell Reynolds Associates: CEO Succession in the Family-Controlled Firm

The influence of family-controlled firms has been increasing globally.  It is estimated that family businesses create 70- 90% of global GDP. In a recent article, Russell Reynolds Associates find several factors family-controlled companies must consider during the succession process.

 

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Russell Reynolds Associates: Succession Challenges in Retail

The 2011 Russell Reynolds Associates’ U.S. Retail CEO Study examined turnover and hiring trends between January 2006 and April 2011 at 81 multi-channel retail companies based in the United States with annual revenues of $1 billion or more.

 

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Amrop: Getting Succession Planning Right

Amrop uses the example of Microsoft to prove that even some of the world’s largest companies still struggle with succession planning. While the boardroom is still one of the most secretive places in a company many CEOs are in denial or are working hard to discourage succession.

 

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