Forecasting ability: This is the skill we should primarily judge presidential candidates on according to Adam Grant, professor of management and psychology at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
Tag Archives: CEO skills
My most popular blog posts of 2015 covered everything from how to become a better CEO to Google to Donald Trump to unicorns
What are the CEO skills needed for success on the job? Once CEOs understand the five responsibilities of the role and the six ways they should spend their time, I think there are 15 key skills they should cultivate.
What are the CEO best practices – the skills and knowledge – that chief executives need to succeed? Here is a list of the first 10 out of 15 that I think are crucial.
Why CEOs who act like grandparents are destined for failure.
Why do so many companies want to fire their CEO? – CBS News
This is a great article written by Margaret Heffernan for CBS Moneywatch.
“Learning is not compulsory but neither is survival.” W. Edwards Deming
Whether the result of ignorance, hubris or both, it is easy as a CEO to get trapped into thinking that you should have all the answers.
What is The Most Dangerous Secret of Corporate America? Writing for DailyWealth.com, Paul Mampilly puts it bluntly:
Many CEOs aren’t good at their jobs. And some of them are morons.
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The French author Francois de la Rochefoucauld observed “the only thing constant in life is change.” Great CEOs understand this and are constantly trying to improve and expand their knowledge.
Tennis player Li Na at the 2007 Medibank International in Sydney, Australia.