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    New Fortune 500 CEOs: Change Means Opportunity

    December 12, 2013

    CEO Changes = New Sales Opportunities

    The new year always brings a change of leadership at a handful of Fortune 500 companies and 2014 will be no different.


    New leaders often bring a new strategic focus, new priorities and a new way of doing business. Smart sales pros equate change as opportunity, particularly in companies where it has been difficult to get a foot in the door. Insight on these new corporate leaders can help you craft a new strategy for cracking the account.

    Among the newly-minted CEOs taking the reins in 2014 will be Mary Barra, replacing Dan Akerson as CEO of General Motors. We have updated Barra's profile to reflect her new role and focus, and have completed in-depth profiles of 11 other incoming Fortune 500 CEOs, covering personal and professional details, as well as philosophies, strategies and challenges.

    They include:

    Douglas Peterson - McGraw-Hill

    Randy Quirk - Fidelity National Financial

    Brad Barron - NuStar Energy

    R. Milton Johnson - HCA Inc.

    W. Rodney McMullen - Kroger

    Robert D. Marcus - Time Warner Cable

    John McAvoy - Consolidated Edison

    Jacqueline Hinman - CH2M Hill

    W. Anthony Will - CF Industries Holdings

    Doug McMillon - Wal-Mart Stores

    Roland Smith - Office Depot

    Boardroom Insiders tracks changes in the C-suite and profiles CXO decision makers. Our customers use our insight to close bigger deals, faster. Want to learn more?

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    About the Author

    Sharon Gillenwater

    Sharon Gillenwater is the founder and editor-in-chief of Boardroom Insiders, which maintains an extensive database of the most in-depth executive profiles on the market, from Fortune 500 companies to independent non-profits, to help sales and marketing professionals build deeper relationships and close more deals with clients. Gillenwater is a long-time marketing consultant with expertise in marketing strategy, account-based marketing, and CXO engagement programs.