Succession Planning

How to Plan for Succession When There's No One to Succeed You

Smart business leaders know they need to have someone in place who can sub in or replace them in case of emergency or opportunity. But sometimes it doesn't look like there's anyone who's appropriate or ready. Here are some things you can do.

Liz Kislik

· 5 min read

Lisë Stewart

· 6 min read

What Every Startup Must Do to Get Investor Ready

Raising capital isn't easy, but luckily you can make all the right things ahead of time to be good to go when opportunity knocks. Fortune favors the prepared founder.

Ryan Himmel

· 4 min read

An Emergency Safety Valve: The Case for Entrepreneurial Estate Planning

Protect your assets and safeguard your family's future with three documents that detail what will happen when you're unable to make decisions later.

Ellie Martin

· 5 min read

How to Transition to Employee Ownership

If your exit plan involves your employees taking over, these smart tips will help ensure that they're ready when you walk out the door.

Family Succession Planning: How to Do It Right

Here are 5 tips to make the handoff to the next generation a strong one.

Succession Planning: How to Ensure Your Business Will Thrive Without You

When you begin planning your exit from the company you founded, these eight tips will help you smooth the way.

2 Roadblocks to Successful Leadership Transitions

A solid succession plan and a few ground rules are essential when selling your business.

Beth Miller

· 4 min read

But Did You Die? Keep the Business Alive If You're Not Around.

How would your business survive if you stepped away for a day, a week, or forever?

Mike Wood

· 7 min read

Leave Policies Are Leaving Out Some Key Opportunities

The only expectation most companies have from employee leave policies is that the worker returns. That's short-sighted.

Ray Hennessey

· 5 min read

The Heir Apparent to Disney CEO Bog Iger Steps Down

Thomas Staggs will end his current role early next month, but will remain with the company through the fiscal year.

CNBC with Reuters

· 2 min read