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The Founder Syndrome - Part II June 17, 2009
It argues that by understanding the nature of these transitions, and learning to anticipate, prepare and adapt to them, founders can exert far greater control over their fates while also benefiting the firms they so cherish.
The Founder Syndrome - Part I June 17, 2009
Why it's still a big messy issue and why attitudes have to change - It has been debated for years yet remains a small-talk favorite around the water coolers of the venture capital industry.
So you are taking over from the founder... June 17, 2009
Canada abounds with great entrepreneurs for whom succession is the most significant future threat their companies will have to overcome: Magna's Frank Stronach, Roger's Ted Rogers, Bombardier's Laurent Beaudoin, Four Season's Isadore Sharp.
Searching for Certainty in Hiring June 17, 2009
This article explores the seductive notion of 'certainty in hiring' including the vast literature which promises to deliver it. The paper also discusses the practical challenges in ensuring certainty in hiring and then offers a path forward with specific recommendations and observations gleaned from a quarter century in the hiring trenches.
Do Stars make Companies or do Companies Make Stars June 17, 2009
There is an undeniable seductiveness to the heroic notion of the archetypical 'star' performer whose sheer radiance promises to illuminate and invigorate the organizations fortunate enough to employ them.

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