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The CEO's Toughest Call

Reconfiguring an organisation’s DNA proved to be a hot topic of debate among attendees at Criticaleye’s 2016 CEO Retreat, in association with Accenture and Warren Partners

Featuring Commentary from:

Arabel Bailey, MD, Digital Lead, UK&I, Accenture 

Matthew Blagg, CEO, Criticaleye 

Ian Cheshire, Chairman, Debenhams 

Katy Goch, Head of Group Strategy, Home Retail Group 

Steve Holliday, Ex-CEO, National Grid

Stephen Ingledew, MD, Customer and Marketing, Standard Life

Andrew Tallents, Director, Warren Partners  Community articles are produced directly by and for the Criticaleye Community.

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