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... 24 Succession management has a variety of definitions and is subject to interpretation, just as are many of the other concepts in this study. For the purposes of this report, succession management is defined as a deliberate effort engaged by the organization's leadership to recruit, train, develop, and promote individuals to successively responsible leadership positions to the benefit of the organization.
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... 25 what they see as "soft" programs with little immediate benefit to their constituents. However, states seem to be moving forward, in spite of monetary shortfalls, by crafting career development programs that require little or no funding.
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... 26 • Individuals in the program have prepared an inventory of their skills and abilities, with key areas of further development requirements identified. • Individual appointments to positions are done with development requirements in mind.

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