Nonprofit Executive Succession Planning and Organizational Sustainability: A Preliminary Comparative Study in Australia, Brazil, Israel, Italy, Russia, and the United States

@inproceedings{Santora2015NonprofitES,
  title={Nonprofit Executive Succession Planning and Organizational Sustainability: A Preliminary Comparative Study in Australia, Brazil, Israel, Italy, Russia, and the United States},
  author={Joseph C. Santora and James C. Sarros and Gil Bozer and Mark Esposito and Andrea M. Bassi},
  year={2015}
}
IntroductionExecutive succession planning represents significant challenges for most nonprofits (e.g. Bear & Fitzgibbon, 2004; Carman, Leland, & Wilson, 2010; Coltoff, 2010; Dym, Egmont, & Watkins, 2011). As a body of research, executive succession has been seriously neglected for many reasons: time and finance constraints, lack of administration and coordination abilities, and interests on the part of executive directors (EDs) and boards of directors (Santora, Sarros, & Esposito, 2010… CONTINUE READING

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