STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—When a company does badly, no manager likes to be blamed for things that were really outside his control—like a general downturn in the economy. That goes especially for chief executives. But do boards really take external factors into account when giving CEOs the ax? A new study finds that more [...]
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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — Young companies that adopt structured systems to run their operations in their early years grow three times faster than competitors and have a lower rate of CEO turnover, according to an award-winning research paper. “Some entrepreneurs mistakenly view management systems as significant inhibitors to creativity and growth” say the [...]