The former Xerox CEO is tough, she knows her way around a turnaround (she revived Xerox), and she's an independent thinker, things we'd want in a board chair. And, having seamlessly handed the Xerox CEO-ship to Ursula Burns in 2009, Mulcahy, 58, would push our Dream Team to find their successors, never easy for corporate masters of the universe to do.
We want to know which leaders would be in your fantasy C-suite. Make your choices and view the results to see the winners.
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