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Case
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Reference no. 9-491-116
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1991
Version: 15 October 1991

Abstract

Describes the Dayton Hudson CEO evaluation process, one of the most intensive in corporate America today. The board of directors' role in the evaluation is examined, as is the question of whether the Dayton Hudson CEO evaluation process should serve as a model for other corporations.
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Industry:
Size:
Large, USD13.6 billion 1989 revenues
Other setting(s):
1990

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Abstract

Describes the Dayton Hudson CEO evaluation process, one of the most intensive in corporate America today. The board of directors' role in the evaluation is examined, as is the question of whether the Dayton Hudson CEO evaluation process should serve as a model for other corporations.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Large, USD13.6 billion 1989 revenues
Other setting(s):
1990

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