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Succession planning for retiring Baby Boomer generation of leaders in nonprofit organizations (NPOs) is limited. Transferring their knowledge and experience mitigates the effects of the departure to organizational sustainability and mission. Using the conceptual framework of knowledge transfer, this study supplies a description of succession planning strategies used in 3 faith-based organizations. An inductive analysis of the data revealed that (a) key leaders were the initiators for succession planning, (b) boards of directors were critical to the process, and (c) leadership transition required preparation and regularly reviewed policies.

Publication Date

2016

City

National Harbor, MD

Keywords

Research Symposium

Disciplines

Leadership Studies

Succession Planning Strategies of Faith-Based, Nonprofit Leaders of the Boomer Generation

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