Who's next for the top job?

March 2001
Cabinet Maker;03/02/2001, Issue 5227, p8
Trade Publication
Provides strategies for a successful succession planning. Determination for a need to recruit; Protection of business reputation; Investigation of the ability of the successor to build strong target audience relationship; Assessment of the performance capability of the potential candidate.


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