Evans S.W. Tu, President of SYNNEX Technology International Corporation, has been nominated among the top 10 best-performing CEOs in Taiwan by the Harvard Business Review for the third consecutive time, and ranked 4th among the best-performing CEOs in Taiwan.
The Harvard Business Review announced the Taiwan Top 100 Best-Performing CEOs, in which Evans S.W. Tu, President of SYNNEX Technology International Corporation, ranked 4th among the best-performing CEOs of TWSE/TPEx listed companies in Taiwan. This is his third consecutive nomination among the top 10 best-performing CEOs in Taiwan.
The global Chinese edition of the Harvard Business Review selected the Best-Performing CEOs in Taiwan for the third time using the same survey methodology as its English edition. INSEAD, a renowned European business school, and Eleven Strategy & Management were commissioned to conduct the ranking of all the CEOs of TWSE/TPEx listed companies in Taiwan based on two indicators, namely the “total rate of shareholder return” and “changes in market value.” Evans S.W. Tu ranked 3rd among the “Most Profitable for Shareholders”, reaching 3,924% for the first indicator of “total rate of shareholder return”, and with a market value growth of NT$105.2 billion.
Paul S. C. Hsu, a renowned business administration professor who also serves as convener for the editorial board of the Harvard Business Review, pointed out the importance of long-term corporate performance and accountability. As such, the long-term operating performance of CEOs of Taiwanese enterprises has become a major focus.