Monthly Archives: July 2014

CEO Fail: 6 CEOs Who Can Wreak Havoc

My long-standing CEO fail series on this blog has described many kinds of flawed CEOs – from this week’s “Playboy King” to the “Budget Tyrant” to the “Super VP,” who cannot stop doing his executives’ jobs long enough to focus on

|31 Jul 2014

CEO Fail: The Playboy King

I spent some time recently in England and experienced for the first time the concept of monarchy. Seeing the English King’s palatial estate at Hampton Court brought home the opulence of the 17th century monarchy.

|29 Jul 2014

The most important managerial skill

This is an excellent blog post by Bryan Goldberg, the founder of Bleacher Report.

|15 Jul 2014

Don’t let corrupt businesses taint us all

The USA Today Editorial Board wrote an article yesterday – “Businesses Behaving Badly” – blaming business for the spread of anti-corporate views in the U.S.

|10 Jul 2014

200 CEOs: We’re Flying Blind

Khorus eBook Summarizes 200-CEO Survey
My company Khorus just conducted a survey of 200 CEOs with 50+ employees about their main challenges, and the results are enlightening: More than 70 percent of those surveyed have previous experience as a CEO

|08 Jul 2014

Why and How CEOs Should Create a Not-Do List

Jim Schleckser gives CEOs three ways to reduce their to-do lists, freeing up more time to spend on business strategy.

|01 Jul 2014

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