Problems only a CEO could understand

08/10/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

One of the best ways for CEOs to get outside perspectives on their companies is by talking over their problems with other chief executives, writes Melissa Raffoni. CEO peer groups can provide a judgment-free avenue for discussing sensitive business decisions and even generate some unexpected solutions.

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