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[IWS] Bersin by Deloitte: HIGH-IMPACT SUCCESSION MANAGEMENT: KEY FINDINGS AND MATURITY MODEL [12 November 2014]

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Bersin by Deloitte

WhatWorks Brief

 

HIGH-IMPACT SUCCESSION MANAGEMENT: KEY FINDINGS AND MATURITY MODEL [12 November 2014]

http://www.bersin.com/Practice/Detail.aspx?id=18039

or

http://www.bersin.com/uploadedFiles/what-works-brief-111214-hism-final.pdf

[full-text, 2 pages]

 

FORGING THE PATH TO TRANSPARENT TALENT MOBILITY >> When it comes to

succession management, companies are guilty of not “priming the pump.” In fact,

only 32 percent of organizations believe they are fully capable of identifying a

supply of available talent to fill key positions. Many of these organizations are

looking for a roadmap to improve their capabilities. Our recent research involving

260 companies lays out such a roadmap.1

 

 

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