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Selecting the best CEO

Which do you think would be the most effective solution for a large company to select the best CEO to run the ship? A poll of the companies workers even though many, if not most, are not able to see the big picture, or have the knowledge and experience to truly understand the complexities of the position? A selection by the board of directors who not only see the big picture but have an intimate understanding of the complexities involved in the position?

Should we ask ourselves the same question about how our President is selected?

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(NT) Nobles vs Commoners?

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(NT) Who selected the board?

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Who selects the board members in large companies?

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I wonder, if there any company where the bottom of the workforce chooses the leaders at the top. I wonder how well most banks would fair if the leaders were chosen by the tellers.

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