For the fourth straight year, Harvard Business Review presents its list of the world’s 100 best-performing CEOs. And for the fourth straight year, there is a dispiriting absence of women.
Our goal with the list is to measure CEOs on their long-term performance. Our formula looks at adjusted total shareholder return and increase in market capitalization over a chief executive’s entire tenure. We also factor in two separate ratings of corporate ESG (environmental, social, and governance) performance, to ensure that we’re evaluating executives on more than just their companies’ share price.
read more in hbr.org/2016