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Career Planning and Succession Management

Developing Your Organization's Talent—for Today and Tomorrow

by William Rothwell
Robert Jackson

eBook

This timely guide explains how businesses can effectively integrate and coordinate career and succession planning programs to meet the personnel demands of the future.

  • Examines career development in a much broader manner than is traditionally the case by focusing on both the personal and professional development planning needs of employees
  • Demonstrates how employees who are given tools and organizational guidance necessary to plan their development will usually be more successful in meeting their career aspirations
  • Expands on the organization's role in establishing career development programs to answer the question of who is responsible—the organization, the employee, or both
  • Includes cutting-edge research by leading consulting firms such as BlessingWhite, Manpower Group, and DDI
  • Offers content that will be equally valuable to students, practitioners, and academicians

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    Publisher: ABC-CLIO
    Edition: 2

    Kindle Book

    • Release date: June 30, 2015

    OverDrive Read

    • ISBN: 9781440831676
    • File size: 497 KB
    • Release date: June 30, 2015

    EPUB eBook

    • ISBN: 9781440831676
    • File size: 497 KB
    • Release date: June 30, 2015

    Formats

    Kindle Book
    OverDrive Read
    EPUB eBook

    Languages

    English

    This timely guide explains how businesses can effectively integrate and coordinate career and succession planning programs to meet the personnel demands of the future.

  • Examines career development in a much broader manner than is traditionally the case by focusing on both the personal and professional development planning needs of employees
  • Demonstrates how employees who are given tools and organizational guidance necessary to plan their development will usually be more successful in meeting their career aspirations
  • Expands on the organization's role in establishing career development programs to answer the question of who is responsible—the organization, the employee, or both
  • Includes cutting-edge research by leading consulting firms such as BlessingWhite, Manpower Group, and DDI
  • Offers content that will be equally valuable to students, practitioners, and academicians

  • Expand title description text