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https://thoughtleadershipzen.blogspot.com/ NOISE Analysis, an alternative to SWOT. Strategic Planning #albertobokos

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The AICPA survey found that the majority of companies don’t seem to be paying adequate attention to succession planning. 51% of the executives reported that their organizations don’t have a formal succession planning program in place for executive roles. It also found that most organizations rate their talent development tools and activities as infective.

The AICPA survey found that the majority of companies don’t seem to be paying adequate attention to succession planning. 51% of the executives reported that their organizations don’t have a formal succession planning program in place for executive roles. It also found that most organizations rate their talent development tools and activities as infective.

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