Executives Searching for Alternatives

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"Today's corporate focus is on growing revenue, maintaining expanded productivity, innovating and maximizing the financial contribution of smaller operating teams.

But as ExecuNet's 2011 Executive Job Market Intelligence Report reveals, more North American employers are realizing they've stretched management capability to its limits and need to rebuild depleted executive teams."

ExecuNet’s 2011 Executive Job Market Intelligence Report found 32 percent of high-ranking executives are thinking about buying or starting a business or consulting practice. The report is based on surveys of 3,636 participants that included executives, search firm consultants and corporate human resource professionals.

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