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CEO hiring: a process, not an event

The hard work involved in landing a new chief executive doesn’t end with the hire. Boards must then give the new CEO his or her best shot at success
By Susan Mohammad
December 15th, 2013

Contract signed? Check. Markets notified? Check. Handshakes all around? Check. Once the time-consuming and stressful search for a new CEO is over, many boards might be tempted to sit back and sigh with relief. Temptation is fine—as long as you … Continue reading

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The long hello

A CEO search that drags on for many months is rarely a good sign or situation. Yet sometimes the waiting is worth it
By Paul Brent
October 7th, 2011

What’s a sure sign that your CEO search has gone off the rails? Try a mention in the business press that your lengthy chief executive quest is starting to make investors nervous. That’s just the scenario that Shoppers Drug Mart … Continue reading

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