“David Cameron is not a chairman. He is the chief executive officer. His Government would run better if that was beyond doubt”. At last, an FT Leader nails it.

David Cameron was poorly advised with his announcement early in his administration that his style would be that of “Chairman”. I felt he was far too young and inexperienced to be Chair of anything. CEO, yes and he should get on with it. The primary role of a Chairman is to appoint, and know when to sack, the CEO. In any event, as voters, we are “the Chairman” (sic). Pleasing therefore to read today’s FT Leader giving him a lesson in Organisation Structure 101. See FT


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