Eye on your dashboard

Contreras, Manuelita
February 2012
Asia Insurance Review;Feb2012, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of several executives on key business indicators that should be prioritized by chief executive officers (CEOs) for success in business. Barry Stowe, CEO of Prudential Corp. Asia, states that businesses should focus on improving shareholder capital value. and William Cotter, senior vice president at the company Allied World, and Christopher Wei, CEO at Great Easter Holding Ltd., stress on the importance of corporate culture and sales management respectively.


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