Faculty News | Fortune | 07 Feb 2013
The case for having a founder run the business
Re: Noam Wasserman
Statistically speaking, this makes sense. Harvard Business School professor Noam Wasserman has spent the past decade studying the impact a founder has on a company. In a study of 460 American startups, he found that on average those in which founding CEOs remained the top decision-makers were less valuable than those managed by outside CEOs.

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