I have over 15 years experience working in the private sector at an
investment bank, much of it working in Mergers & Acquisitions where
companies and their leadership were the focus of evaluating companies.

I would hope that whatever information is in the A.T. Kearney report, or
anything coming from PricewaterhouseCoopers, that the information is viewed
within the framework of the conservative private business sector within
which these companies operate. I started skimming these links and it's all
pretty typical information for that sector.

Also notable: A.T. Kearney is a consulting firm, and PwC is a financial
services company -- both deeply intertwined with the finance sector.

Long way of saying that I would hope that any approach towards innovating
the leadership of WMF would NOT come from the world of private
multi-national businesses who are often above governmental regulation, a
sector where there are few women and a place where profit is the primary
concern.

Ideally, the search for WMF leadership would be guided by ethics,
innovation, regard for fellow humans, etc. Versus the approaches most of
the businesses evaluated in the report, etc. are utilizing.

My unasked for 2 cents, but there you go.

- Erika

*Erika Herzog*
Wikipedia *User:BrillLyle <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:BrillLyle>*

On Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 5:47 PM, rupert THURNER <rupert.thur...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> hi,
>
> 2011 A T Kearney published a study saying that hiring a homegrown CEO let a
> company outperform other companies. also price waterhouse coopers Strategy&
> and RHR international come to similar conclusions:
> *
>
> https://www.atkearney.com/documents/10192/529727/Home-Grown_CEO.pdf/bbba713e-1a54-421f-81f9-4299faad42aa
> * http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news-archive/17975.html
> *
>
> http://www.rhrinternational.com/sites/default/files/V25N1-CEO-Succession-Makin_1.pdf
> * (de)
>
> http://www.finews.ch/themen/karriere/23186-korn-ferry-stefan-steger-ceo-nachfolge-wechsel-pwc-strategy?xing_share=news
> hiring an outsider CEO has the following effects:
> * higher compensation
> * greater risk profile
> * wrong expectations about business area and its specifics
>
> best
> rupert
>
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