Details of this Paper

Management consulting firms did very well




Management consulting firms did very well on a per-employee basis, partly because they are mostly comprised of managers (as opposed to blue-collar or entry-level workers). How big a factor do you think composition of the workforce is in likelihood of producing a CEO?;2. Do you think so-called leadership factories are also better places for non-leaders to work? Why or why not?;3. Assume you had job offers from two companies that differed only in how often they produced CEOs. Would this difference affect your decision?;4. Do these data give any credence to the value of leader selection and leader development? Why or why not?


Paper#33243 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

Price : $27