If you look around at executives and notice they may be a bit older than leadership in the past, you’re right. A new study shows that their age is on the rise. Perhaps we can attribute that to a delayed retirement courtesy of the recession.
According to The Wall Street Journal, research from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and Madrid’s IE Business School shows executives’ ages are on the rise. Not only that, the time spent in each role is also increasing as they’re staying longer in their current roles. Read more