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Written by Steve Weingarden   
Monday, 10 May 2004 12:00
ArticleExecutive Succession, Organizational Performance, and Charisma

By Steve Weingarden
A dissertation (209 pages)
Format - Adobe PDF

Arguments have long been made that managerial change may or may not make a difference in organizational performance (e.g. W/L Percentage; Attendance). To date, little attention has been given to team president changes and related outcomes.

Can a new team president make a difference in organizational performance? The answer appears to depend on the leadership ability of the incoming team president.
 
 
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