The success of an organisation is increasingly defined by the CEO.
The global economy is becoming more complex. Organisations must battle against tightening regulation, growing competition, complex back office systems, and the uncertainty of new markets and new technologies. But on top of this, organisations are increasingly connected to each other, their customers, and the environment.
To grow in this environment, organisations require Chief Executive Officers with more than just a stellar résumé.
Today’s CEO requires the technical skills and strategic foresight to marry together the technological, regulatory, and economic opportunities. These skills must be combined with the ability to engage and inspire stakeholders at all levels across the business: from board members and a culturally diverse workforce to consumers and the media.
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