CEOs explain unwritten rules of making it to the C-suite

03/8/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Corporate boards are notoriously mysterious about the criteria they use to select chief executives, and there are numerous little-know rules that candidates must follow, writes Joann S. Lublin while sharing advice from numerous executives. C-suite hopefuls must deflect credit from themselves for successes and absorb blame for failures; at the same time, they must demonstrate they "actually have the chops to do the job," says one food-industry executive.

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