Succession planning remains important priority for companies as Jamie Dimon gets treatment for throat cancer
A throat cancer diagnosis has raised questions about Jamie Dimon, J.P. Morgan Chase’s chairman and CEO. He plans to remain chairman and CEO for an additional five years.
The recent resignation of Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel illustrates the importance of succession planning.
Gregg Steinhafel has resigned as CEO of Target, which makes him the latest casualty of the retail giant’s major data breach.
Beth Jacob, the former CIO who oversaw computer systems during the breach in 2013, will leave as Target reevaluates its security protocols and searches for additional help externally, the company said.