Management Topim Succession Planning
Management Topim Succession Plannin” rel=”nofollow”>ingAcademic Level: Bachelor
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Step 22 Answer the questions below, but wait to post until completed With step 4.
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What is one new piece Of in” rel=”nofollow”>information that you learned from us?
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How have you seen succession plannin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>in your company? Has it been positive or negative for your company? Tell us about it.
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Despite the Controversy, Jobs Succession Plan at Apple may be Model for Others
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Do you feel that Apple was prepared for Steve Jobs to leave?
DO you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink this has been a good decision so far for their company, from what you Know about Apple?
What WOUid you have done to better prepare Apple for this huge transition Of Steve Jobs leavin” rel=”nofollow”>ing?
Article 22 Why Visionary CEOS Never Have Visionary successors
Article 22 Why Visionary CEOs Never Have Visionary Successors
You are the Visionary CEO of your dream company and it’s time to pick a successor, “Do you search for another in” rel=”nofollow”>innovator, promote one of the
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Have you seen any of these scenarios throughout any of your job positions? If so, which scenarios?
What are other reasons that successors are usually not as good as the former CEOs?
After a bad succession plan, what is one method that can be used to help the company flourish with its newest CEO?
Step 52 Post to discussion board your answers to step 2 and step 4.
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