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Effective succession planning : ensuring leadership continuity and building talent from within

Author: William J Rothwell
Publisher: New York : American Management Association, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fifth editionView all editions and formats
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"Is your organization truly prepared for the loss of your most crucial players? Are there certain technical or specialized positions at your company with only one person who knows how to do them? What would happen if your most valuable executive walked into your office right now, and announced she was leaving to accept a similar position elsewhere? Do you know how to cope with the loss of certain key members of the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J Rothwell
ISBN: 9780814449158 0814449158
OCLC Number: 905801837
Description: xxxviii, 474 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Part I. The Essentials of Succession Planning and Management --
1. What is succession planning and management? --
2. Trends influencing succession planning and management --
3. Moving to a state-of-the-art approach --
4. Competency identification, values clarification, and ethics: keys to succession planning and management --
Part II. Laying the Foundation for a Succession Planning and Management Program --
5. Making the case for major change --
6. Starting a systematic program --
7. Refining the program --
Part III Assessing the Present and the Future --
8. Assessing present work requirements and individual job --
9. Assessing future work requirements and individual potential --
Part IV. Closing the "Developmental Gap": Operating and Evaluating a Succession --
Planning and Management Program --
10. Developing internal successors --
11. Assessing alternatives to internal development --
12. Integrating recruitment with succession planning --
13. Integrating retention with succession planning --
14. Using technology to support succession planning and management programs --
15. Evaluating succession planning and management programs --
16. The future of succession planning and management.
Responsibility: William J. Rothwell.

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Smart leaders keep key employees by addressing future talent needs before a crisis hits. The fifth edition of bestseller Effective Succession Planning covers every base---core values, talent  Read more...

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