Spring 2018

Volume 16, Number 2

When the founder and long-time leader of an organization is replaced by someone new, it’s generally thought that the founder should make a complete break so that there isn’t any confusion about who is in control. But recent research by The Bridgespan Group suggests that in the nonprofit world that may not be the best approach. Read more in “Making Founder Successions Work,”  the cover story in the Spring 2018 issue.

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