Resortowe dzieci. Politycy
Dorota Kania, Jerzy Targalski, Maciej Marosz
Wołyń. Bez komentarza
Dasz radę. Ostatnia rozmowa
Wajda. Kronika wypadków filmowych
Elżbieta CherezińskaPoznań 2016
Wylecz się sam
Andrew W.PH.D. SaulWarszawa 2016
Rok wydania: 2005
"In the seminal first edition of Effective Succession Planning, William J. Rothwell warned that businesses that don`t take proactive steps to plan for future talent needs at all levels will face certain disruptions, and even disasters, when key employees retire or are lured away by competitors.
Since then, the landscape has become even more complicated. Many organizations have already felt the effects of an aging workforce as increasing numbers of experienced employees retire, taking with them not only the capacity to do the work but also the accumulated wisdom they have acquired over the years. This serious loss of valuable institutional memory has made it apparent that no organization can afford to be without a strong succession program.
Now in its third edition, Effective Succession Planning is still the most comprehensive and authoritative book on the subject. Updated and expanded to reflect the latest trends and best practices in succession management, the book presents strategies for creating a complete, systematic succession planning program. You`ll learn how to:
* Identify competencies and clarify values for both planning and managing a succession program.
* Plan for and quickly fill crucial vacancies at all levels from top management to sales, administrative, technical, and production positions.
* Develop and retain top talent, building and preserving your organization`s intellectual capital.
* Assess current needs and future resources for seamless succession planning.
* Use online and other technology tools to organize and implement succession planning and management programs.
This edition includes all-new material reflecting the author`s surveys on whole systems transformation; software support packages; tapping retirees to manage succession crises; and more. The book also features a new diagnostic tool to assess specific succession needs, plus illuminating case studies and a CD-ROM with worksheets, assessment tools, and training guides -- everything your organization needs to create, sustain, and evaluate a strong succession planning program."
""If you`re leading the succession planning charge in your company, you can find most anything you need to know in this book."" --Training magazine
""Rothwell, through his aggressive research and a systematic approach to succession planning, has developed a guide for today`s leaders and HR managers on how to be prepared to deal with changes in key human capital."" -- Patrick E. Gerity, Ph.D., Executive Director, State System University Center for Southwest Pennsylvania
""This book is practical, readable, and highly useful to anyone seeking long-term solutions to the succession planning dilemma."" -- Stephen B. King, Ph.D., Executive Director, Leadership and Management Development, Management Concepts
""Dr. Rothwell brings the practices of succession planning into the fifth generation in this new book. Practitioners and others who are faced with planning and implementing state-of-the-art succession planning programs in organizations will find this to be a must-have resource."" -- David D. Dubois, Ph.D., President, DuBois & Associates, and author of Competency-Based Performance Improvement
""Rothwell brings succession planning into proper perspective for organizations. From an in-depth strategic viewpoint to an operational, applications-based approach, the author has captured and delivered a comprehensive approach to succession planning."" -- Dr. Robert K. Prescott, SPHR, Director, Management Development Institute, Eckerd College, affiliate of the Center for Creative Leadership
""This book equipped me with the skill set I needed to create and implement an effective succession plan for my organization. I found the activities and practical guides and tips extremely helpful for making my succession planning initiative a reality. This will make a huge difference in our ability to retain and develop our employees."" -- Marsha King, Ph.D., Senior Management Development Consultant, Capital One Financial
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