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Don’t be in such a rush to replace a departing executive

Posted by Bob Corlett on August 23, 2013

When a key executive leaves your organization, it’s common to immediately launch an executive search. While this is the norm, it's not always wise.

Sometimes the fastest way to propel your organization forward is to take a different approach by bringing in an interim executive. I recently interviewed Jackie Eder-Van Hook, president of Transition Management Consulting, to discuss leadership transitions.

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Topics: Executive Transition