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When Lars Bjork joined the nascent business intelligence software company QlikTech in 2000, it was a tiny entity with 35 people and $2 million in revenues based in Lund, Sweden. Bjork came aboard as CFO, but his role proved much broader. In a company of that size, your title may be CFO, but you're a jack-of-all-trades, says Bjork, who took the CEO seat at QlikTech seven years later. Today, while other companies struggle to tread water in a downturn, Bjork's challenge is to forge partnerships that will help build on that large-corporation base.
Swedish Sensation Jennifer Pellet Chief Executive; Mar/Apr 2009; 239; Docstoc pg. 16 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Furt
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