In the article, Pete comments on the complexity of succession
planning and the need for leadership transitions to be tailored to the internal dynamics of each PE firm.
, plan, organization, vision, strategy
In this context, the concern of the communitarian legislator for issuing and adopting a European legislation through which to impose an even, predictable and useful succession
procedure was apparent and justified.
As a business owner, it is important that you think carefully about succession
planning to ensure a smooth transition of the continuation of your business after death.
When you quantify the cost of turnovers, particularly forced ones, you get a strong sense of the importance and payoff involved in getting CEO succession
There is an art to balancing logic and emotion, as well as evidence and intuition, and many companies struggle to engage all facets within their succession
When you address succession
, by default you end up improving performance, profits and morale among your employees in the here and now.
Summary: CEO succession
planning has to be a top priority for boards of directors.
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.
McLaughlin's background helping hundreds of the industry's top insurance agents and his knowledge of the inner working of insurance companies, SRG will expand its focus in 2014 to support insurance companies and their producers with acquisition, contingency and succession
That means the issue of succession
planning is a significant one -- not only for individual producers approaching retirement but for the industry as a whole.
En avril 2013, les deux chambres du Parlement britannique ont adopte le projet de loi mettant un terme a la primaute masculine dans l'ordre de succession
accounting firms don't have a signed succession
or practice-continuation plan in place.
1 percent of S&P 500 companies facing a CEO succession
hired an outsider for the top job--that rate confirms an upward trend recorded since the 1970s, when less than 10 percent of CEO hires were outsiders; it is much higher than the 19 percent reported in 2011.
These findings shed light on an increasingly prevalent form of succession
and provide insight into the rationale and implications behind the announcement.