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.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
Their advice ranges from being nimble and adaptive to cultivating teamwork to never stop fundraising, among many others.
A company’s culture describes how things get done. But it’s not really about perks such as free lunches, ping-pong tables and Take Your Dog to Work Day.
“On its surface, the recent Oracle power-sharing deal sounds crazy,” said Joel Trammell, CEO of Khorus and author of The CEO Tightrope.
We selected 10 of these giants of American commerce—Campbell Soup, General Motors, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, Radio Shack, Target, Walmart and Whole Foods Markets—and sought advice from experienced business lea
Unfortunately, his plight is indicative of many new CEOs who fail to grasp what their job really is. From corporate boardrooms to the White House, the American people suffer when our leaders aren’t ready for the job.
CEOs face many challenges, but the most damaging ones can originate inside the organization. Three challenges in particular plague CEOs and limit their ability to drive performance in their organizations.
I asked seven current chief executives to give advice to first-time CEOs. Here’s what they said.
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- Podcast: Interview with Joel Trammell CEO, Author of The CEO Tightrope
- Leaders and Strategies in Real Life
- CEO Academy with Joel Trammell
- AGC Networks Closes Black Box Acquisition, Preps For Global Expansion
- 4 hurdles facing the first-time CEO
- CEO Podcast: Your First 100 Days as a CEO