Spotlight on leadership in changing times
Metin Mitchell - Managing Partner
14 February 2018
Two thirds of bank chief executives (71%) in the Middle East could be at risk of losing their jobs because they are not managing cybersecurity risks effectively.
Guest blog by Mr Ihsan Bafakih, CEO, MASIC
What skills will the new generation of Saudi chief executives need? This was the question posed to me by Mr Metin Mitchell when he asked for my views on What makes an Outstanding Saudi Chief Executive? (you can download the full report here).
Guest blog by Mr Anees Moumina, CEO, SEDCO Holding Group
I was interested to be interviewed recently to share my thoughts on What makes an Outstanding Saudi Chief Executive. This is an important subject because if you look at the different areas and objectives that Saudi Vision 2030 is trying to promote, we will need excellent leadership to achieve these ambitions.
I mentioned in an earlier blog that I have had the privilege of interviewing a number of Saudi chief executives to ask for their views on ‘What makes an outstanding Saudi chief executive?’
Last month I wrote a blog on Will Saudi’s chairmen of 2030 need to look different from today? I have had a number of comments and discussions on this, both when I have been in the Kingdom and also online – and one comment in particular got me thinking.