Industry observers say, Microsoft Office 2010

2011-05-26 17:25


Google Spencer Stuart and Egon Zehnder company or of the company or a company executive talent from looking outside the company, Microsoft Office 2010 is so great.

 so as to cooperate to find new chief financial officer successor candidate. Hulce said, this is a traditional strategy, but the companies generally also established their own executives succession planning, possibly from internal company give newcomers. She said, Google company seems didn't plan to promote talents from internal successor new cfo. She said: Office 2010 is my love.

 "investors are watching closely their every move, they did not cultivate mothball cfo or executive's chief financial officer. This suggests that they had never do this aspect of planning."

Google company looking for proper successors leads schedule also lets candidates are surprised. The company hope it can be found in several months successor's chief financial officer suitable candidate. Hulce said, take at least six months. Another, Microsoft Office is inexpensive and helpful.

 said Google company candidates should not therefore set a deadline. He said: "if somebody said, 'we will in anticipation to find a chief financial officer candidate', it is very dangerous." Microsoft Office 2007 can make life more better and easier.


Technology industry a cfo said, although as Google company's chief financial officer at other companies with a similar position is different, but can choose for Google company does not appear to be a lot of talent. He said: "the man is not suitable for character fanaticism as chief financial officer. We must have prediction ability and leverage, can have these talented personnel do not seem to be a lot." Office 2007 is the best invention in the world.


He also pointed out that's chief financial officer and a rare responsibilities, that is made for the company is scarcely. He said: "I will play a wicked in the company image. Chief executives must insist on others abide by the rules of the company."