Larry Page, Google's parent company Alphabet's CEO is pronounced as most powerful CEO by Forbes. His company has earned market capitalization of over $550 billion. He is using his personal finance to fund ambitious projects such as flying-car startups.
During his first tenure as CEO, Page chronicled certain management tenants for his team to use:
- Don't delegate: To do things faster, do everything yourself.
- Don't be a bureaucrat.
- Ideas are more important than age. Respect and cooperation for juniors
- If you're not adding value, don't get in the way.
- If you say no, you have to help them find a better way to get it done. The worst thing you can do is stop someone from doing something by saying, "No. Period."
Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook with market capital of $340 Billion is ranked second, followed by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who is ranked third with capital of $361 Billion. The top ten CEOs run firms with the combined worth of Market Capital of $3 trillion selected from the 28 member list of CEOs serving popular companies.
Source : Forbes