CEO Succession

If a board wants to go beyond firefighting and into stewardship, it must realize that building an unassailable process is a shared responsibility

Despite the critical importance of CEO succession, many boards find themselves unprepared when the inevitable actually comes to pass. As a result, what should be an orderly, well-planned transition often turns into a firefighting exercise more akin to crisis management than farsighted stewardship.

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