#SOTD01: How do you get the CEO of a listed company to resign?

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#SOTD01: How do you get the CEO of a listed company to resign?

How do you get the CEO of a listed company (who also happens to be a controlling shareholder) to resign?

An activist investor – Blackwells Capital – put out a public presentation (link in the first comment) calling for the resignation of the CEO of Peloton Interactive.

It’s not clear what impact the deck had. But the CEO did step down (he is now the Executive Chair, something Blackwells is not happy with).

Irrespective of what your views are on the matter, for me, the presentation was a great data-storytelling case study.

And I’m kicked to present it as my first #SOTD (Story of the day) – a series where I will share storytelling lessons from published content.

I’m sharing three lessons from the Blackwells deck. Let me know what you think.

#SOTD 1

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