All articles by Chuck Lucier
CEO Succession 2004: The World’s Most Prominent Temp WorkersMay 23, 2005 With forced turnover up 300 percent since 1995, business has entered the era of the short-term chief.by Chuck Lucier, Rob Schuyt, and Edward Tse
Why CEOs Fall: The Causes and Consequences of Turnover at the TopJuly 15, 2002 An exclusive study of the world’s 2,500 largest companies shows CEO succession has increased by 53 percent in just the last six years. The reason: shareholders want returns now.by Chuck Lucier, Eric Spiegel, and Rob Schuyt
From Solutions to Symbiosis: Blending with Your CustomersApril 9, 2002 It’s not enough to know your customers. You have to integrate them into your company.by Deven Sharma, Chuck Lucier, and Richard Molloy
Zealots Rising: The Case for Practical VisionariesJanuary 1, 2001 "Revolutionaries" and "change agents" can keep companies vibrant. But to drive profitable growth, now and tomorrow, you need leaders who can create value, align people to value, and deliver value.by Paul Branstad and Chuck Lucier
CEO Succession 2003: The Perils of "Good" GovernancePressured by shareholders, boards are humbling once-imperial CEOs — in ways that may contribute to lower returns, Booz Allen Hamilton’s annual study finds.by Chuck Lucier, Rob Schuyt, and Junichi Handa
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