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The Right CEO. Straight Talk About Making Tough CEO Selection Decisions. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2217874
  • Book
  • October 2001
  • 224 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
The CEO selection and succession process is notoriously dysfunctional. Often, the wrong person is selected or the right person is put into a situation that blocks them from doing a good job. This is the first book on the topic to address the interrelationships between the five key groups in the CEO selection process--boards, HR executives, recruiters, CEOs, and CEO candidates. The authors also identify the fatal flaws in the current CEO selection systems and offer recommendations for creating a process that will guarantee the best leadership outcome possible. The book is filled with helpful insider examples and anecdotes to illustrate how this often ineffectual process can be righted.
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Foreword (William W. George).

Introduction.

1. Why We Need a New Process Now.

2. When the Right Person Is Chosen by the Right People at the Right Time: My Blue Chip Search.

3. Real-World Issues: The Complexities That Foul Up the Selection Process.

4. The Psychologically Healthy CEO.

5. Boards: Selecting with the Shareholders in Mind.

6. Search Consultants: Seeking the Long-Term Fit Versus the Short-Term Fix.

7. The Candidates: Developing Savvy.

8. Chief Human Resources Officer: Demonstrating Capacity of Influence.

9. Problematic Scenarios: Situations and Events That Can Affect the CEO Selection Process.

10. Benchmarking the CEO Selection Process.

11. Evolution of CEO Selection: The Best Direction.

Acknowledgments.

About the Author.

Index.
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Frederick W. Wackerle Chicago, Illinois.
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