- ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may have been wounded in an airstrike
- Even if he gets killed, a throng of "very professional leaders" could take his place
- Al-Baghdadi has two top deputies, one over operations in Iraq and one over Syria
- The Shura Council, ISIS' religious monitor, could tell al-Baghdadi to go
(CNN)He runs his terror group like a CEO -- with spreadsheets on missions, assassinations and captured assets.