2011: The CEO Insomnia Factor Newsletter
The CEO Insomnia Factor explains problems common to chief executives and methods of addressing them. These are our 2011 issues.
Growing your business through acquisitions is tempting: the rewards can be great. But as many as half of all marriages between companies fail to meet expectations. Here are the key questions to ask before you do the deal.
Change is a constant in business, but new modalities have upped the ante. Today’s CEO requires new skills and approaches to deal with these four new challenges.
The market and your competition are changing all the time. Similarly, the sales and marketing function of your business needs tending all the time. But which principles apply to business aspects that are 80% science and 20% art?
What would you reveal about the future direction of your company or a specific employee? If big changes are in the wind – M&A, reduction in force, or outright sale – here are some specific suggestions on how the CEO and their top team should deal with disclosure.
Chaos at the top of an organization is a recipe for disaster. Learn about the three types of unpredictable leader, underlying causes for the behavior, four paths toward resolution and methods of coping if it’s your boss who’s unpredictable.