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Synonyms for succession

Synonyms for succession

a way in which things follow each other in space or time

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

Synonyms for succession

a group of people or things arranged or following in order

the action of following in order

(ecology) the gradual and orderly process of change in an ecosystem brought about by the progressive replacement of one community by another until a stable climax is established

acquisition of property by descent or by will


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In the matter of the successions with extraneous elements, we find texts applicable in international conventions, in the legislative documents of the European Union, as well as in the Romanian Civil Code or in different special laws.
Practically, "if Romania had adhered to international conventions which have provisions in the matter of successions, they will have priority against the provisions from the Regulation (EU) no.
Group Chief Executive of Succession, Simon Chamberlain, commented: We are at the half way point in our plan to create the UKs largest independent wealth management business, with strong funds under management, and profitable advice and platform trading arms.
Further, 78 per cent of companies undergoing planned successions in 2014 promoted someone from within the company to fill the CEO post.
At topic was the 2015 priority of preparing succession candidates for a wide range of their top leadership roles, and the challenge of doing so when most processes and tools for succession and development are now 20 or 30 years old.
General counsel and attorneys who work with boards of directors have key responsibilities in CEO succession.
The constitutionality of Canada's Succession to the Throne Act, 2013 (Succession Act) will be tested in Quebec's Superior Court in the coming months.
8 percent of successions in 2012 involved the immediate joint appointment of an individual as CEO and chairman of the board of directors.
I name the above decisions marathon successions and define them as instances where a permanent successor is not selected at the time of the CEO turnover announcement.
Citizens who live abroad will, however, be allowed to submit their entire succession to the law of the country of which they are a national.
THERE ARE A GROWING NUMBER of studies about succession planning in the nursing literature.
Notwithstanding these differences when compared to industrial firms, our evidence suggest that the implication of executive successions are quite similar.
We examine unanticipated successions that occur when a CEO becomes ill or injured.
In Good to Great, author Jim Collins notes that most stellar successions involve internal candidates.
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