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Trusting in the next chapter: accepting founder transition

Founder transition is always risky and rocky. It is like a heart transplant. And just like a heart transplant, the rest of the body has to be healthy enough to survive such a major operation. The seni...

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    There is hope beyond this life: Five keys to founder transition

    Guest blog by Dr. Rajesh Tandon.“I wanted to reduce my daily drudgery of administration; I have done it for three decades. But I did not want to go away.”“I am tired of doing fundrai...

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      Founder's retirement: Are you serious?

      Guest blog by Dr. Rajesh Tandon.One of the leading patriarchs of a well-known Indian business family is said to have remarked when questioned about his retirement from the helm of family business cong...

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        Founder transition: from pointing fingers to healing hearts

        Guest blog by Ernie Messer.“Remember this laddie – the biggest fools you’ll encounter as a leader are your predecessor and your successor” – a charismatic and quite patri...

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          Proactively managing healthy founder transition

          Heathy leadership transition from a founder is never easy. It requires careful and proactive management. It benefits from:A transition team and roadmap for the processStaff adjustments (as well as fro...

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