REID HOFFMAN: Here’s When And How A Founder Should Step Down

By Ray Pinard | February 6, 2013

 An interesting article from the Business Insider web site.

The question of when a founder should step aside is a difficult one. The trend used to be that founders stepped aside in favor of more professional management.  This is how they did it at Google, Yahoo, and Cisco.

More recently, those examples have been overshadowed by phenomenally successful founder-CEOs, like Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs, and Larry Ellison.

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