Seven Surprises para CEOs novo
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Explanação de Seven Surprises para CEOs novo do Porter de Michael, Jay Lorsch, Nitin Nohria. ('04)

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Seven Surprises para CEOs novo foi descrito para a primeira vez dentro o HBR de outubro 2004 em um artigo a respeito da Liderança do CEO por Michael Porter, Jay Lorsch e Nitin Nohria.


Como um CEO recentemente apontado, se pode pensar finalmente para ter o poder ajustar a estratégia. A autoridade para fazer coisas acontecer, e acesso cheio aos pontos mais finos de seu negócio. Mas se você esperar que este trabalho é assim simples, você deve acordar agora. Você carrega a responsabilidade cheia para o bem estar da sua companhia. Mas você é algumas etapas longe de muitos fatores importantes do negócio. Você tem mais poder do que qualquer um no corporaçõ, mas você necessita usá-lo com cuidado extremo.

O Porter, Lorsch e Nohria descobriram que nada - nao uniforme conduzindo a um negócio grande dentro da companhia - prepara inteiramente uma pessoa para ser o executivo principal.


As sete mais SURPRESAS da terra comum para CEOs novo:

  1. Você não pode funcionar a companhia. O volume e a intensidade sheer de demandas externas fazem exame de muitos pela surpresa. Quase cada executivo principal novo esforça-se para controlar o dreno do tempo de atender aos accionistas, aos analistas, aos membros de placa, aos grupos da indústria, aos políticos, e aos outros círculos eleitorais.
  2. Dar pedidos é muito caro. Nenhuma proposta deve alcançar o CEO para a aprovaçã0 final, a menos que puder a ratificar com entusiasmo. Antes de então, todos que trabalha na matéria deve ter levantado e ter resolvido todos os disjuntores potenciais do negócio. O CEO deve ser trazido na discussão somente em momentos estratègica significativos dar o gabarito e a sustentação.
  3. É duro saber o que está indo realmente sobre. Certamente, CEOs é inundado com a informação, mas a informação de confiança é surprisingly escassa. Toda a informação que vem ao alto da empresa é filtrada, às vezes com intenções boas, às vezes com não tais intenções boas.
  4. Você está emitindo sempre uma mensagem. As palavras e as ações de um CEO, porém pequeno ou dito ocasional, são espalhadas imediatamente e amplificadas, scrutinized, interpretadas e misinterpreted às vezes dràstica. Compare: Charismatic Leadership
  5. Você não é o chefe. Embora o CEO possa se sentar no alto da hierarquia da gerência, relata ainda à placa de diretores. Finalmente, a placa está na carga. Não o CEO.
  6. Os accionistas agradáveis não são o objetivo. CEOs deve reconhecer que, finalmente, é somente a criação a longo prazo do valor que é importante. As expectativas de hoje do crescimento ou mesmo o preço conservado em estoque não são assim relevantes. Compare: Moral Purpose
  7. Você é ainda somente ser humano. O CEO deve reconhecer que necessita conexões à parte externa de mundo sua organização, no repouso e na comunidade. A fim evitar que esteja consumido completamente por sua vida corporativo.

Este Seven Surprises para CEOs novo carrega algumas lições importantes:

  • Primeiramente, como um CEO que novo você deve aprender controlar o contexto organizational melhor que o foco em operações diárias.
  • Em segundo, você deve reconhecer que sua posição não conferencia a direita conduzir, nem sua posição garante a lealdade da organização.
  • Finalmente, você deve recordar que você é sujeito a uma escala das limitações, mesmo que outro possa o tratar como se você era omnipotent.

Fórum de Seven Surprises for New CEOs
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  CEO's Dilemma: Infinite Business Possibilities in a Finite Company!
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Disagreements in the organization don't help much to choose the right way.
W...
     
 
  CEO is a Facilitator and Needs Followers
A new CEO must share his/her vision to the organization in order to attract followers. In the whole process, the CEO must also be ready to be led by the followers.
Carrying out a stakeholder analysis
     
 
  Alternate Meanings of CEO: Chief Excitement Officer
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and the already mentioned in this forum:
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  7 More CEO Surprises
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2. Confidentiality on certain issues makes him lonelier still
3. Figuring out the real enemies, within and without
4. 90% of information is junk
5. When things look funny,...
     
 
  Even CEOs Need Support from their Team
CEOs need to know that the team they are leading is very important if they want be successful.
The support from the team is crucial and one goal should be to win that support. It is easy and also hard at the same time....
     
 
  On #7: Even a CEO is Still Only Human
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  Even CEOs Need Time to Learn...
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This comes with an unconscious...
     
 
  On #6: Shareholder Pleasing is not the Goal
Well I think Porter is missing an important point when he says pleasing shareholders is not a goal. I am not a professor on a university but my school is 30 years practice in multinationals. If a CEO is going for other goals then the goals from the s...
     
 
  Don't underestimate the emotional and positional power a CEO has
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  Surprises to a CEO: You Need to Deal with Undercurrents
As a ship sails along the sea, there are undercurrents that tend to limit speed and change direction. The captain of the ship (CEO) has to have knowledge, plans and strategies to undercut these counter tendencies for the ship to sail smoothly....
     
 
  CEO: the Strategist of Business
Despite of surprising himself with a lot of challenges, the CEO will be accountable for an effective strategy applied with agility and intelligence to the business.
That means... he is the commander in chief responsible for the success or failur...
     
 
  On #3: It's Hard to Know what is Really Going On
What are the most effective ways for a CEO to determine if the information she/he is getting is accurate?...
     
 
  Assimilating the Right Type of Information
A CEO is usually flooded with information which can become confusing. What the CEO ought to do is to place all relevant information on the yardstick of the wider vision of the company.
Once the vision remains unwavering then the right in...
     
 
  Combine Top Down with Bottom Up Thinking
I guess sometimes man must change his view to the company; not always looking and thinking from the top down, but sometimes explore a bottom up approach
     
 
  Being a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is Easy
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  Undercutting CEO Power
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