Whew! This is the last part in our series on succession planning and leadership diversity. Over the course of 3,769 words in 3 articles combined, I’ve hit upon a lot of beliefs and ideas on what it takes to not only create a culture where organizations hire the right employees and train them to be […]

Before we get going on this part of my conversation on succession planning, here are the links to part one and part two of the series. The next piece is going to talk about the importance of figuring out the criteria for making the decision to move someone into a leadership position while following your […]

In part one of my succession planning for leadership diversity series, I gave a preamble as to why such a thing should be a necessary process in all companies. The next stage is to talk about the process of creating a workable plan towards that goal. C. Creating The Initial Plan 1. Setting the Goals […]

I gave a presentation on the above topic in 2005, then again in 2009, but I geared it towards hospitals and health care. That’s because I know from personal interaction that hospitals are pretty bad at this, no matter how much every administrator I’ve ever mentioned it to tries to say it’s not true. If […]

This is part 5 of the series Understanding the 21st Century Workforce. You can start with that one and read each one in order, jump around, or start with the previous post and go backwards. Official GDC via Compfight The last two articles will go in a much different style and direction and be easier. […]

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