Harvard Business Review has named former Cummins Chief Executive Officer Tim Solso among the world’s top 100 CEOs.
The publication analyzed more than 3,000 companies on long-term performance, in part because CEOs often focus on more short-term results, because those typically have a significant impact on compensation, HBR said on its website.
HBR ranked Solso as the 51st-best CEO during his tenure from 2000 to 2011. To be eligible, CEOs had to take their leadership role between 1995 and Aug. 31, 2010. The late Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple, ranked first, with a country-adjusted shareholder return of 6,682 percent.
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