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- Executive Transition Part I: Planning is Not OptionalMarch 17, 2017 - 9:38 am
Stakeholders can learn a lot from watching an organization go through executive transition. Handled well, c-suite transitions impart confidence in the organization and its future direction. Handled poorly, leadership changes can alert investors to bigger issues within the organization, whether material or merely perceived. The c-suite (i.e., CEO/CFO, for our purposes today) is the public […]