Management consulting firms did very well on a per employee basis, partly because they are mostly comprised of managers (as opposed to blue collar or entry level workers). How big a factor do you think composition of the workforce is in likelihood of producing a CEO?

1 Management consulting firms did very well on a per employee basis, partly because they are mostly comprised of managers (as opposed to blue collar or entry level workers). How big a factor do you think composition of the workforce is in likelihood of producing a CEO?
Do you think so called leadership factories are also better places for non leaders to work? Why or why not?
Assume you had job offers from two companies that differed only in how often they produced CEOs. Would this difference affect your decision?
Do these data give any credence to the value of leader selection and leader development? Why or why not?








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