The CEO's Boss : Tough Love in the Boardroom Hardback
by William (Academic Director, Executive EducationProfessor of Management, Columbia University Klepper
Part of the Columbia Business School Publishing series
The CEO's Boss, originally published in 2010, is the definitive guide to a productive working relationship between corporate boards and CEOs.
Speaking to an era when company directors must monitor the actions and day-to-day operations of their CEO, William M.
Klepper offers eight essential lessons to help boards operate more effectively in this bold and independent role.
Since the book's publication, Klepper has continued to develop and apply its lessons for a variety of businesses and settings.
In this revised edition, Klepper renews the paradigm set forth in The CEO's Boss, with new case studies of companies such as Wells Fargo, BP, Hewlett-Packard, and Proctor & Gamble.
Giving directors, executives, investors, and stakeholders the tools to make crucial relationships work, Klepper details the best techniques for selecting the right CEO, establishing a working relationship, and giving effective feedback.
He affirms the importance of the social contract between directors and their CEOs, encourages directors to embrace their independence, and teaches executives to value tough love.
He revisits the first edition's case studies and derives new insights from how these companies followed--or failed to heed--the book's precepts.
He also takes a close look at the predictions he made almost ten years ago, providing new forecasts and integrating core knowledge to ensure that The CEO's Boss remains essential in our ever-changing business landscape.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 224 pages, 20 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Columbia University Press
- Publication Date: 25/12/2018
- ISBN: 9780231187503