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Succession Planning Methodology?
chukwuma ifebigh, HR Consultant, Nigeria

This subject is crucial for organzations. Is there any step by step approach for the implementation of succession planning?

First Steps in Succession Planning (Johnson and Johnson)
Emmanuel Reyme, Director, United States
Succession planning, as Mr. Ifebigh points out, is crucial for the life of organizations. Succession planning varies with the organization and its projected future.
I have studied this subject and I do believed Johnson and Johnson has one of the best succession planning systems. If you could review its infrastructure, you'll make a suitable investment.
However, no matter the structure and the vision of of your organization, the first step to implement is integrity, comparable to the Johnson's. Everyone has to believe in the organization before they can proceed to the teaching aspect.
A perfect succession starts from the bottom, the first day of being hired. The process continues at all levels through the top.
Please note that succession planning is more difficult to implement in family-owned operations. That is why at retirement, most family businesses are sold or liquidated...

Succession Development and Mentoring Methodologies
Robert Launer, Other, South Africa
The biggest issue is that everyone is still in the planning and not in implementing.
There are internationally recognized tools (i.e., Cognitive Development, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Kepner-Tregoe Methodology, Emotional and Social Intelligence) that are and can be used to succession development.
The first step is to know how to develop the selected individuals. I use the Learning Propensity Assessment and Development Methodology to know to develop the individual in the best way. This includes improving the individuals’ knowledge (retained and reference) use in all areas of work.
This has worked for me in succession development for the last 35 years. If you are interested, I can send a more detailed information pack.



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