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The Founder Syndrome - Part II June 17, 2009
Avoiding the Deadly Trap - Part I of the discussion on the Founder Syndrome introduced the entrepreneurial heroes who conceive and give birth to organizational life. It described the complexities and contradictions of these larger than life individuals as well as their challenges in the face of changing organizational landscapes and investors intent on minimizing risk.
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. It is
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
You hear the word 'certainty' a lot these days. Hockey fans were deprived of their favorite pastime for an entire season as NHL owners and players waged labor war on the issue of 'cost certainty'. In the United States, the 'politics of certainty' has become one of the defining dictums of the post 9/11 federal administration.
Do Stars make Companies or do Companies Make Stars June 17, 2009
She had graduate degrees in business and management science, including one from MIT. She progressed rapidly and consistently over a 16 year period through the sales and marketing ranks at AT&T. She helped lead the spin-off of Lucent Technologies in 1996. In 1998 she became president of Lucent's global service provider business and set it off on a 'bold new course'. In 1999, at the age of 44 she was appointed the first outside CEO in the history of Hewlett Packard.

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