How to Predict Failure

Buchen, Irving
July 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jul2011, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p13
The article addresses questions which may help to determine the ways prospective chief executive officers (CEOs) can fail. These include the typical work week of the holder of the position, whether there are national and overseas branches, affiliations, or partnerships, and the profiles of board members. The article also suggests how and why failure can happen and how to forestall it.


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