Succession Management: Sustainable Leadership for the Future

Talent is a scarce resource. The level of competition and generational shifting of the leadership pool has made it increasingly difficult for organizations to find the quantity and quality of leaders needed to ensure success. This Aberdeen study of over 260 organizations looks at how the best-in-class build and manage their succession bench to produce better results today and mitigate risk and uncertainty in the future.

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