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March 05, 2008


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robert guinto

Since most organizations are established by an individual or group of individuals with a passion, commitment and heart to the organizations mission, it is difficult to replace these individuals.

I have advocated that the CEO and the board should spend 25% of their time raising money, creating partnerships with the community and branding their organization.

This is not different then a for-profit CEO creating capital for a company to grow and getting their product know.


Fewer young people rising through the ranks as the numerous Boomers phase into retirement?

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