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Mohammad Hamdan, Russian Federation
🔥NEW CEO duality refers to the situation when a , besides running the corporation at the highest level, also holds the position of the Chairman of the Board. This phenomenon can only be found in . In simpler wording, it's when a firm's CEO wears 2 hats: the CEO-hat and the Chairman of the Board-hat. CEO Duality obviously affects the company in question in multiple ways, which may be positive or negative. I would like to kick off this discussion page on CEO Duality by answering the question: How does the CEO duality impact on the effectiveness of the company's corporate governance system? There are at least 4 areas to consider for answering this question:
  1. BOARD EFFECTIVENESS: CEO duality night make the board of directors members and managers feel that their contribution will not make a lot of difference, because the decisions and implementations are in the hands of one person. This creates an imbalance of the power within the firm and enables one person to carry out all matt (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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