Microsoft’s Satya Nadella grabs top spot on Fortune’s Businessperson of the Year 2019 list
- Fortune's annual Businessperson of the Year list features 20 business leaders "who tackled audacious goals, overcame impossible odds, found creative solutions".
- Others on the list include Elizabeth Gains and Brian Niccol.
- It has two more Indians including Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga (8th position) and Arista head Jayshree Ullal (18th).
“Nadella wears the gaps in his résumé as comfortably as the jeans and blazers that are his corporate uniform. Key to his leadership style is a willingness to delegate, particularly to three powerful members of his management team,” said Fortune.
Elizabeth Gains, CEO of Perth-based
Every year, Fortune releases annual Businessperson of the Year list featuring 20 business leaders "who tackled audacious goals, overcome impossible odds, found creative solutions".
The list also includes
Here are the top 10 businessmen according to Fortune:
1. Satya Nadella, CEO Microsoft
2.Elizabeth Gaines, CEO of Perth-based Fortescue Metals GroupAdvertisement
3. Brian Niccol, CEO Chipotle Mexican
Margaret Keane, CEO Synchrony FinancialAdvertisement
5. Bjorn Gulden, CEO Puma
6. Tricia Griffith, CEO ProgressiveAdvertisement
7. Fabrizio Freda, CEO Estee Lauder
Ajay Banga, CEO MastercardAdvertisement
9. W. Craig Jelinek, CEO Costco
10. Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan ChaseAdvertisement
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