Why visionary CEOs are rarely followed by visionary CEOs

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Why visionary CEOs are rarely followed by visionary CEOs

This is a good analysis of how companies like Apple and Microsoft have stumbled after losing generative CEOs. It focuses on the organizational dynamics and market pressures that companies face when they lose someone like Gates or Jobs.

https://hbr.org/2016/10/why-visionary-ceos-never-have-visionary-successors

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