DNA Of Fortune 100 CEOs

What does it take to be a successful CEO? Of all the questions I’m asked, this is far and away the most frequent. While I could answer the question by offering anecdotal evidence or experiential commentary, I thought I’d try something a bit different… I asked my research team to examine the biographical information of all current Fortune 100 CEOs and render the data in the form of an infographic so you can draw your own conclusions. I’d be curious as to your thoughts and observations.

If you’ve ever wondered how Tim Cook, Indra Nooyi, Larry Page, Jeff Bezos, Michael Duke, or any of the other Fortune 100 CEOs rose to their current positions, the following infographic may provide you with a few insights.

DNA Of Fortune 100 CEOs

Via: http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemyatt

Recommended Post

Top 10 Investors in India courtesy: im.rediff.com
2011 Small Business Holiday Season Wrap-Up As we settle into the new year, it’s time to take a moment to reflect on how small business fared during the holidays, the biggest holiday sales seaso...
Why You Should Never Ignore Product Recalls Chances are, you or your family have received a product recall notice in the mail.  In fact, over 50% of individuals in the United States own an item ...
Mutual Fund Fees Have you ever calculated the cost of purchasing and selling mutual funds? When you purchase a mutual fund, you pay Purchase Fees i.e. Front End Load. ...
Occupy Wall Street When the world is being controlled by greedy capitalists and the hard working men and women are found in shelter homes, you know something is wrong wi...
Real Money, Virtual Wallets Finances are complex. The average American has a monthly mortgage payment of $1,061; an average utility bill of $163, a student loan payment of $290, ...
7 Deadly Sins Of Mobile Marketing This inforgraphic explains how to run a successful SMS campaign by avoiding the '7 Deadly Sins of Mobile Marketing'. The data comes from original, pri...
The State of Money in the UK June 2011 Infographic by Money Debt & Credit
Difference Between Online and Offline Leads No matter your market, sales leads come from two very important-but vastly different-sources. Online leads, or offline leads. While both of these lead...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.