Guide to Managing Your First 100 Days as CEO

Guide to Managing Your First 100 Days as CEO

By
David Dodson, Susan Pohlmeyer
2017|Case No.E629| Length 12 pgs.

Transitioning from your search into being a CEO can be an overwhelming experience. You have just spent months in due diligence, learning everything you can about the business you just acquired, and imagining all the ways you can improve and grow the business. In figuring out where to start, it can be easy to short-change the first, and most important, step you should take, which is to learn more about the organization and listen to its constituents before moving into action. The objective of this paper is to help you to define what winning looks like in your first 100 days at the company and outline the key elements of a plan to get there. 

Learning Objective
The objective of this paper is to help you to define what winning looks like in your first 100 days at the company and outline the key elements of a plan to get there.
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