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Succession planning and management [electronic resource] : a guide to organizational systems and practices / David Berke.

By: Berke, David.
Contributor(s): Center for Creative Leadership.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Report (Center for Creative Leadership): no. 353.Publisher: Greensboro, N.C. : Center for Creative Leadership, c2005Description: 1 online resource (vii, 52 p.).ISBN: 1882197895 (alk. paper); 9781882197897 (alk. paper); 193297363X; 9781932973631; 1281001090; 9781281001092.Subject(s): Executive succession -- Planning -- Bibliography | Chief executive officers -- Selection and appointment -- Bibliography | Career development -- Bibliography | Executive succession -- Planning | Chief executive officers -- Selection and appointment | Career development | Chief executive officers -- Selection and appointment | Electronic books | REFERENCE -- Bibliographies & IndexesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Succession planning and management.DDC classification: 016.6584/0711 Online resources: EBSCOhost | EBSCOhost Summary: The purpose of succession-related practices is to ensure that there are ready replacements for key positions in an organization so that turnover will not negatively affect the organization's performance. CCL first published an annotated bibliography on succession planning in 1995. That bibliography focused primarily on the link between succession and management development. This bibliography has a broader scope; it is an update and expansion, commensurate with the maturation of this area of practice. In addition to linkages between succession and development, we also consider representative literature on CEO succession, high potentials, and succession systems and architecture. It is hoped that those who use this bibliography will find resources that help them in conceptualizing, planning, and implementing effective succession systems in their organizations.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The purpose of succession-related practices is to ensure that there are ready replacements for key positions in an organization so that turnover will not negatively affect the organization's performance. CCL first published an annotated bibliography on succession planning in 1995. That bibliography focused primarily on the link between succession and management development. This bibliography has a broader scope; it is an update and expansion, commensurate with the maturation of this area of practice. In addition to linkages between succession and development, we also consider representative literature on CEO succession, high potentials, and succession systems and architecture. It is hoped that those who use this bibliography will find resources that help them in conceptualizing, planning, and implementing effective succession systems in their organizations.

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Succession planning and management by Berke, David. ©2005
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