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The Title 'CEO' is Somewhat Outdated
Clifford, Business Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
The title Chief Executive Officer is from the 1950/60's where the emphasis was on command and control. We now face a world of innovation and constant change. We thus need a "Chief Entrepreneurial Officer" whose performance measurement must be based on growth and then profitability in this commoditized world - let the COO look after infrastructural issues. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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