CEOs who scored at the low-end of our Personality Analysis churned at a 46% rate over a two-year period vs. 9% for the peer group. Our CEORater Fintech arm published a CEO Personality Analysis in May 2018 (Access HERE). CEOs who scored at the bottom of that analysis churned at a 46% rate from May … Continue reading Using NLP To Predict CEO Churn
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Whether or not Co-CEO arrangements work in general is a mixed bag. Co-CEO arrangements can be effective when responsibilities are clearly defined. Less than optimal outcomes occur when responsibilities are not well-defined. Below are a number of current and recent Co-CEO arrangements primarily across the Technology industry. Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos of Netflix (ticker: … Continue reading Co-CEO Arrangements Are A Mixed Bag
We have previously written about CEO personality attributes as part of our Alternative Investment Data effort at CEORater. The most comprehensive CEO personality analytics piece we have published is our May 2018 "Big 5 Personality Analysis of Mid-Cap Software CEOs". In this article we cover company-specific risk created by CEO narcissism. "Narcissism" is not a … Continue reading Alternative Investment Data: CEO Narcissism & Company-Specific Risk
As a follow-up to our November 14th article, we ran a quick supplemental analysis on our 2018 Mid Cap Software CEO Analysis. Although our sample set was considerably smaller, we found evidence to partially support the conclusions of Harrison, Thurgood, Boivie and Pfarrer insofar as the top 2 bullets in the below graphic. We plan … Continue reading More RE: CEO Personality & Implications for Stock Prices
We at CEORater have highlighted the importance of CEO personality in terms of its influence on corporate strategy, operational and financial performance and thereby implications for stock prices. Don't take our word for it, there's plenty of published research from various academic institutions including the work of David Larker and Charles O'Reilly, both of Stanford … Continue reading Cult of CEO Personality & Implications for Stock Prices
Mark Zuckerberg does not trust his people. Facebook is a great example of a company that has lost its way as founder CEO Mark Zuckerberg increasingly exercises control over product decisions. Tightening control. It is difficult to fault Zuckerberg for tightening his grip on Facebook's strategic reins in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. … Continue reading In Zuck We Trust?
Could we have predicted that Elon Musk's restlessness would have led to his founding of (SpaceX) even though he more than had his hands full with Tesla? How about his latest company - "The Boring Company" - could its founding have been predicted? The answer is "maybe". Are we surprised by Musk's emotionless approach to … Continue reading Predicting CEO Actions and Financial Outcomes Based On CEO PersonalityPremium
Our full analysis comparing the personality traits of Mary Barra vs. Elon Musk may be found HERE. Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about our CEO Personality Analytics service. If you wish to run a query on a particular CEO, send us an email at the above address and be sure to include CEO name … Continue reading GM’s Mary Barra vs. Tesla’s Elon Musk – A CEO Personality Comparison
Elon Musk's behavior over the past several months is simply Elon being Elon. It's baked into his personality.
"CEO Tenure Is Getting Shorter.." the Wall Street Journal writes. Research indicates that the optimal tenure is 4.8 years. Median CEO tenure at large cap companies was five years in 2017, one year less than the median in 2013 (Equilar). To quote the article, "Xueming Luo, professor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business and … Continue reading CEOs Must Be Intellectually Engaged to Remain in the ChairPremium