The Oil Crisis

Prince, E. Ted
August 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2008, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p19
The author offers suggestions on how those in charge of human resources and learning and development can provide leadership amidst disruptive changes in the environment, particularly with regard to the oil crisis. He suggests developing an oil-focused human capital action plan. He advises improving the people's capability to respond to the oil crisis by developing and implementing a business acumen assessment and development program for managers and executives. The author encourages the development of new oil-focused succession plans and planning.


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