CEO's improve with age, says study

Boles, Margaret; Sunoo, Brenda Paik
February 1998
Workforce (10928332);Feb98, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p24
Focuses on role of age on the improvement of work skills among chief executive officers (CEOs) in the United States according to survey findings from Hagberg Consulting Group. Traits identified in senior CEOs; Areas of management where older CEOs excel.


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