Dick Resch has built a titan in the contract-furniture business, but growth is problematic in directionless U.S. economy.
Continuity triumphs as Satya Nadella, a 22-year veteran becomes Microsoft’s third CEO. Bill Gates returns as technology advisor and eminence gris. Here’s what the 46 year-old freshly- minted CEO faces--and what other companies might think about when confronting their own succession dilemmas.
Doug McMillon, the new CEO of Walmart, barely had time to find the water cooler this week before confronting a huge pile of challenges that awaited on the desk he inherited from retired chief Michael Duke. The transition illustrates a challenge common to most companies: markets and external forces never stand still and the volatile and chaotic times will demand more from boards and company leaders.
Another knock-on effect of the ACA is that healthcare and hospital systems are struggling to cope with new managerial changes demanded of them. Increasingly, hospital boards want an outside perspective, along with different skill sets—and they are willing to go outside the industry to get it.
Prior to the President’s State of the Union address, National Association of Manufacturer’s (NAM) chairman Doug Oberhelman (CEO of Caterpillar) and NAM president Jay Timmons posted this article on Real Clear Politics offering a challenge to our political leaders in taking steps to revive manufacturing. They cite the Skills Certification System as a critical pillar in our manufacturing economy.
Recent postings of jobs for chief executives from around the country.
David McNeil is committed to U.S. production of WeatherTech’s high-end automotive floor liners, and customers have rewarded him with more than two decades of double-digit growth.