Filling the CEO’s Chair: Creating and Implementing CEO Succession Strategies

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Expectations placed on directors have moved beyond selecting the CEO; they must now wrestle with the larger issues of redefining the board’s role, culture and operations-of preserving and increasing value on behalf of the company’s stakeholders.

Filling the CEO’s Chair offers a summary and analysis of the major findings of A.T. Kearney’s 2004 Corporate Governance Effectiveness survey of S&P 500 independent directors. It also examines changes boards have made either in the past 12 months or since our 2002 survey-and, in some cases, changes boards have not made despite external pressures. Finally, it explores how corporate boards can work better and smarter.

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