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Do you have a solid plan to transition your business?
It’s a question that most business owners and senior executives have heard at some point during their career.
If you are or have been the parent of a teenage child you may have read the book by Anthony E. Wolfe, I Hate You, But Will You Please Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall? You probably got a chuckle out of the title, but after reading it, found it totally relatable.
Three years ago, Malcolm Cooper Jr., second-generation owner of J.K. Adams Company, made a serious assessment of future leadership prospects at his Vermont-based company.
As businesses mature and position for growth, change or succession, the people who had been good leaders may still be good leaders. But as you look ahead they may no longer be the right leaders.
Top Job: Identifying ways to impact business results based on company’s reputation for quality Worcester, Massachusetts – David F. Snelling of Spencer, Massachusetts has been selected …
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