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What leading practices are large, global businesses adopting in succession management and leadership development?

C-Suite Succession  

How are top companies handling the increasing competition for global business talent at the executive level? Are their succession management practices keeping pace with today’s complex and growing talent needs? Our new research examines top corporate leadership succession practices: their success factors, the missteps they avoid, and regional and industry variables. We also look at the role of the board in supporting succession across complex, multinational organizations, as well as the way Human Capital leadership development practices support and foster C-suite and CEO succession planning.

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