How General Electric CEO Jack Welch learned to love human resources

August 17th, 2015

Chief human resources officers, or CHROs, have the shortest shelf life in the C-suite.

“Forty-two percent stay less than two years in the role,” says Bill Conaty, co-author of The Talent Masters: Why smart leaders put people before numbers.

“That’s an indictment of a role that’s supposed to expert in succession planning.”

Click here to read the entire article by Duff McCutcheon in the Financial Post.


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