Doubts About Talent
The question displays a bias of, "Don't fire the CEO!" In fact, firing Wagoner makes sense given the problems at GM. His failures are finance oriented, and the problems in GM is product design and marketing. The successor to Wagoner, therefore, should show strength in these areas, in order to give that successor face validity. The comment in the question "irrespective of talent" suggests blind support for Wagoner. Why else fire the CEO unless there are a multitude of doubts about his talent?
Posted by: roboturkey | March 30, 2009 1:28 PM
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