Chief executives should only spend five or six years at the top to avoid them
becoming untouchable and unaccountable, according to ex-Barclays chairman
Sir David Walker
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“A charismatic chief executive probably becomes an increasing problem after three or four years in the job."
Sir David Walker, the former chairman of Barclays, believes …
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