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July 31, 2008



Something you aren't telling us Kris?


We've got a great sucession planning process here in place at my employer (in my opinon). Every month we spend an entire day discussing nothing but out our internal talent and the 'bench' within each region of the organization. On a quarterly basis, we calibrate mangagers and senior managers on core leadership competencies. All of these factors are included as we evaluate whether the employee is "ready now". My only concern is that a traditional interviewing and selection process is non-existent and I can foresee some potential discrimination charges stemming as a result. However, it appears that it's never been an issue historically. Can a solid sucession/bench planning process supercede the traditional interviewing and selection process?

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