The Disappearing COO and the Evaporating Talent PoolStephen A. Miles and Nathan Bennett and Walt Shill
For several years, there has been a steady decline in the number of companies with a chief operating officer on the leadership team, and that’s a problem. Organizations are voluntarily drying up their own talent pool.
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