What is PeekScore?: PeekScore is a rank from 1 to 10, assigned to every person. The higher someone’s score, the “more important” they are on the web. In calculating your PeekScore and updating it often, PeekYou takes into account your known presence and activity on the Internet, including but not limited to; your blogging, participation in social networks, the number of your friends, followers, or readers, the amount of web content you create, and your prominence in the news. For first time visitors a more in-depth explanation of what the PeekScore is, and how to increase your own, can be found by clicking through here.
Recently, the job rating site Glassdoor.com posted their list of the CEOs most highly rated by their employees. Additionally, Glassdoor provided more granular breakdowns by industry, including the top 10 highest rated tech CEOs. It is this more specific list of well-liked executives with which this PeekScore blog entry is concerned.
Simply, and as before and as ever, we’re sizing these bigwigs up not based upon the varying quantities of wealth contained within their bonus checks, nor even – as Glassdoor has already done – the degree to which their employees are satisfied with the jobs they’re doing. This is a look at how these popular chiefs compare to one another here on the web, in terms of their respective impacts and presences (i.e., their digital footprints, as outlined above and more in depth by clicking through here), as measured on our PeekScore scale.
Are there any tech CEOs you’d have expected to see so highly rated among their underlings? Don’t keep it yourself. Share with us in the comments.
||Meg Whitman||Hewlett-Packard||8.98 / 10.00|
||Larry Ellison||Oracle||8.97 / 10.00|
||Larry Page||8.95 / 10.00|
||Tim Cook||Apple||8.95 / 10.00|
||Jeff Bezos||Amazon||8.20 / 10.00|
||Paul Otellini||Intel||8.08 / 10.00|
||Paul Jacobs||Qualcomm||8.01 / 10.00|
||Paul Maritz||VMWare||7.59 / 10.00|
||Dan Hesse||Sprint||7.52 / 10.00|
||Joe Tucci||EMC||7.49 / 10.00|