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The ugly statistics of succession management

Research data from NACD, Korn Ferry and CEB are painting a shocking picture about the effectiveness of current succession management practices. How bad is it? Why? What should be done about it? And maybe most importantly, who should take the lead in driving the necessary change?

Article first written for the blog of HR People & Strategy (USA) – the executive arm of SHRM, the world’s largest HR membership organization. Also appeared on the blog of the Strategy Capability Network and, in a shorter form, on Canadian HR Reporter.

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Leaders need to stop and reflect

In professional sports, top athletes watch video-recordings of their own games or performances. But in the corporate world, leaders are always on the go – rarely taking the time to stop and reflect. They are wasting huge opportunities to learn.

Article first written for the blog of premier US-based association HR People & Strategy (executive arm of SHRM). Also appeared on the blog of the Strategy Capability Network.

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Should HR source more of its managers from the business?

Premier US-based association HRPS (executive arm of SHRM) invited Edmond Mellina to contribute monthly to its brand new blog on HR, people and strategy. An HBR interview of Bernard Fontana, a global CEO who had a stint as CHRO, provided the starting point for this blog post…

This post also appeared on the blog of the Strategy Capability Network.

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