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The Best-performing CEOS in the world

Author: Hansen, Morten ; Ibarra, Herminia ; Peyer, Urs C.INSEAD Area: Organisational BehaviourIn: Harvard Business Review, vol. 88, no. 1, January/February 2010 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 104-113.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: A lot of controversy about CEO performance and control arises from the different methods and time frames used to assess chief executives. In order to bring rigour to this issue, we created the first global list of CEO performance based on objective long-tgerm stock market metrics. Our analysis of 2,000 CEOs worldwide reveals that the top 50 performers delivered a total shareholder return of 997% during their time in office, yet our list overlaps very little with listings of most-admired or highest-paid CEOs. While we find that the circumstances CEO inherit impact significantly their results, chief executives do have significant influence over the destiny of their companies. Better longer-term measures are needed to assess leaders and to inform CEO searches and succession planning
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A lot of controversy about CEO performance and control arises from the different methods and time frames used to assess chief executives. In order to bring rigour to this issue, we created the first global list of CEO performance based on objective long-tgerm stock market metrics. Our analysis of 2,000 CEOs worldwide reveals that the top 50 performers delivered a total shareholder return of 997% during their time in office, yet our list overlaps very little with listings of most-admired or highest-paid CEOs. While we find that the circumstances CEO inherit impact significantly their results, chief executives do have significant influence over the destiny of their companies. Better longer-term measures are needed to assess leaders and to inform CEO searches and succession planning

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