exechange tracks executive movements and provides the advisory and financial communities with in-depth news, analysis and data that can’t be found anywhere else.
exechange publishes weekly reports ($) on capital market-relevant executive changes.
With special focus on facts, figures and form.
Without fear or favor.
Firm and fair.
- We focus on the way a leader is leaving.
- We watch out for push-out forces.
- We determine the Push-out Score™.
C-suite executives are rarely openly fired. They may resign “voluntarily” before being ousted and “jump before they are pushed”.
We can attempt to arrive at a reasonable assessment of the likelihood of a forced departure by systematically evaluating observable evidence. That’s why exechange developed the Push-out Score analysis model, which helps in gaining more clarity.
The Push-out Score on a scale of 0 to 10 gauges the likelihood that a manager was pushed out or felt pressure to leave the position. A Push-out Score of 0 indicates that it is “not at all” likely that the executive was pressured to leave, and a score of 10 indicates that an involuntary departure is “evident” — for example, in the event of termination for cause or after an open dispute.
The Push-out Score draws on publicly available data along nine dimensions, including the form and language of the announcement, the age and tenure of the departing leader, the reason given, the length of time between the announcement and the departure, the share price performance, the circumstances of the change and the succession plan.
Our unique method was developed in close interaction with our readers.
Our readers include personnel professionals, global executive search and leadership consulting firms, executive coaching companies, management consulting firms, event-driven investment managers, corporate governance experts, private equity firms, banks and corporations.
We help our customers make prudent decisions, reduce risk and benefit from enhanced transparency.