The American CEO walks a tightrope daily…many times blindfolded and without a net. The job of balancing the often competing interests of a company’s constituents is so challenging that the lifespan of a newly minted CEO averages around five years.
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NetQoS survived 2001-2002, and ultimately Trammell built it so successfully that it was sold to CA Technologies in 2009 for over $200 million. The story looms large because it reveals in living color why CEOs earn the big money.
Their advice ranges from being nimble and adaptive to cultivating teamwork to never stop fundraising, among many others.
Joel Trammell is a serial entrepreneur who is CEO of Khorus, a business management system for CEOs, Chair Emeritus of the Austin Technology Council, and co-founder and managing partner of private equity firm Lone Rock Technology Group. His leadership as a CEO has resulted in successful nine-figure acquisitions by two Fortune 500 companies. In November 2012, NetApp acquired Austin-based Cache IQ, a storage software company he co-founded in 2010. | Read More
Khorus is the only solution that gives CEOs and leaders a hierarchical view of the entire organization to ensure employees are aligned, engaged, and working in harmony to achieve corporate goals. | Read More