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Moving beyond founder"s syndrome to nonprofit success

Thomas A. McLaughlin

Moving beyond founder"s syndrome to nonprofit success

by Thomas A. McLaughlin

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Published by BoardSource in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonprofit organizations -- Management,
  • Chief executive officers,
  • Boards of directors,
  • Executive succession

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas A. McLaughlin, Addie Nelson Backlund.
    ContributionsBacklund, Addie Nelson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD62.6 .M3918 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16657085M
    ISBN 101586860968
    LC Control Number2008009027
    OCLC/WorldCa213080353

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      Thomas A. McLaughlin is the founder of the consulting firm McLaughlin & Associates and a faculty member at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass. He is the author of "Moving Beyond Founder's Syndrome to Nonprofit Success" (; BoardSource). His email is [email protected]   In the non-profit world, where equity isn't at stake, the syndrome often kicks in when the organization grows and the founder fears losing control, said Block, author of "Why Non-profits Fail.".


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, 56 pages ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction --The founder in the early stages --The founder and strategy --The founder and growth --The founder's internal relationships --Founder succession --From one founder's success story, Wisdom for other sibility: Thomas A.

McLaughlin, Addie Nelson Backlund. Moving beyond founder's syndrome to nonprofit success by Thomas A. McLaughlin,BoardSource edition, in English.

Year. Author(s) McLaughlin, Thomas A. Backlund, Addie Nelson ; Topic. Governance: Leadership; Keywords. Nonprofit orgainzations ; Board of directors. Some founders struggle to adjust as the organization matures, and many boards find their loyalty to the founder in conflict with the best choices for the organization.

Moving beyond founders syndrome to nonprofit success book It can lead to tension between the founder, the board, and the senior staff. Moving Beyond Founder?s Syndrome to Nonprofit Success examines this phenomenon.

Resource: Moving Beyond Founder’s Syndrome to Nonprofit Success Start receiving Resources + Solutions Start receiving Resources + Solutions, our biweekly offering of free downloads, checklists, tools, and topic papers for nonprofit leaders.

Founder's syndrome (also founderitis) is the difficulty faced by organizations where one or more founders maintain disproportionate power and influence following the effective initial establishment of the organization, leading to a wide range of problems.

The passion and charisma of the founder(s), sources of the initial creativity and productivity of the organization, become limiting or. Thomas A. McLaughlin and Adele Nelson Backlund, Moving Beyond Founder’s Syndrome to Nonprofit Success (Washington, DC: BoardSource, ).

Henry Lewis, “Founder’s Syndrome: An Affliction for Which There Is Rarely Immunity,” CharityChannel Press, J Founder's Syndrome usually occurs when a founder is unwilling to step aside to make a clean break from the organization and the belief that only that person knows what's best for the nonprofit, according to Linda Crompton, president and CEO of BoardSource, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that publishes guidelines and policies about nonprofit governance and management.

Moving Beyond Founder’s Syndrome to Nonprofit Success was written by Addie Nelson Backlund, executive director at the American-Italian Cancer Foundation, and Thomas A.

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McLaughlin and Addie Nelson Backlund, is a guide for board members. It attempts to help them deal with "the imbalance of power in a nonprofit organization in favor of the. In the monograph by BoardSource, Moving Beyond Founder’s Syndrome to Nonprofit Success, Thomas McLaughlin and Addie Backlund define Founder’s Syndrome as “the imbalance of power in a nonprofit organization in favor of the founding executive that occurs because of the unique advantages of assembling the board and staff of the organization.”.

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Thomas A. McLaughlin. Out of Stock. Founder’s Syndrome can be hard to treat because these individuals’ past success makes people worry that removing them from the organization will destabilize the nonprofit.

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