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CEO Mortality


Our recently published article, Surviving CEO turnover: Delivering solid results to shareholders, addressed this same topic, and since it is the number one existential question facing each occupant of the Chief Executive’s office, we thought it worthwhile to address it again in a little more depth.

There are two fundamental streams to business success: strategy and execution. The challenge facing today’s CEO is to perform both tasks, to the satisfaction of the board and stakeholders across a business landscape that is tougher and more unforgiving, in an economic environment that is stubbornly fragile, and in a fast-paced digital world that is reshaping the way companies operate. With the renewed sense of optimism returning, executives that ride the wave of growth now and focus internal efforts accordingly are the ones who will ultimately succeed.

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