Five Classic Leadership Transition Types
When an organization faces a chief executive transition, the first step the board must take is to identify what type of transition the organization is facing. The type of transition influences the challenges involved and the ultimate strategy the board will adopt to manage the process, as well as what issues it needs to address in order to ensure that the new executive can start the job on firm footing. Below are five classic transition types and their associated key challenges.
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