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Published: July 15, 2002

 
 

Why CEOs Fall: The Causes and Consequences of Turnover at the Top

 

Authors
Chuck Lucier, chuck@chucklucier.com
Chuck Lucier is senior vice president emeritus of Booz Allen Hamilton. He is currently writing a book and consulting on strategy and knowledge issues with selected clients. For Mr. Lucier’s latest publications, see www.chucklucier.com.

Eric Spiegel, spiegel_eric@bah.com
Eric Spiegel is a senior vice president with Booz Allen Hamilton in Tokyo and the managing director of the firm’s international businesses outside the U.S. and Europe. His work focuses on strategy, organization, and operations improvement, primarily for large energy and industrial companies.

Rob Schuyt, schuyt_rob@bah.com
Rob Schuyt is a vice president with Booz Allen Hamilton in Amsterdam. His expertise is in developing growth, innovation strategies, and performance improvement for clients in the media and communications industries.
 
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Resources

  1. Anthony Bianco and Louis Lavelle, “The CEO Trap,” Business Week, December 11, 2000; Click here.
  2. Jay Dahya, John McConnell, and N.G. Travlos, “The Cadbury Committee, Corporate Performance, and Top Management Turnover,” Journal of Finance, February 2002
  3. Pamela Mendels, “The Real Cost of Firing a CEO,” Chief Executive, April 2002; Click here.
  4. Jay Dahya and John McConnell, Outside Directors and Corporate Board Decisions, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, Working Paper, April 15, 2002
 
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