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THE FIVE-YEAR ITCH

A COMPANY’S PERFORMANCE TENDS TO FALL AFTER ITS CEO HAS BEEN ON THE JOB FOR ABOUT FIVE YEARS, AS THE CEO LOSES TOUCH WITH CUSTOMERS AND GETS TOO MUCH INFORMATION INTERNALLY.
BY PETER HAAPANIEMI

Often, a new ceo makes changes at a company, and business performance improves. But over time, the company seems to lose momentum and performance lags. That’s a well-recognized cycle. The question is: Why does that happen?


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