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Factors Influencing CEOs of Publicly Traded Companies

Deviating From Pre-Established Long-Term Strategies in Response to Short-Term Expectations

Factors Influencing CEOs of Publicly Traded Companies by Aaron U. Levy
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A provocative doctoral research on the factors influencing CEOs of U.S-based publicly traded companies in deviating from long-term strategies for short-term objectives.  The research was based on interviews with CEOs of companies ranging from $10 million to $12 billion in annual revenue. It was found that most CEOs regarded internal organization issues as most detrimental to execution of long-term strategies.  Conversely, CEOs considered Wall Street expectations, SEC regulations, stock downtrends, and liabilities costly and time-consuming, but not detrimental to execution of long-term strategies.  Paradoxically, most CEOs still assigned first priority to shareholders over customers and employees by a large margin. This set of internal factors and priorities assigned to external factors, is the conflicting dilemma, which hindered CEOs’ effective execution of long-term strategies.
Publish Green; November 2009
ISBN 9781626525436
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Title: Factors Influencing CEOs of Publicly Traded Companies
Author: Aaron U. Levy