Cases in government succession planning : action-oriented strategies for public-sector human capital management, workforce planning, succession planning, and talent management / edited by William J. Rothwell, James Alexander, and Mark Bernhard.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-300).
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Introduction; Overview; Workforce Planning:The Background; Part I: International Case Studies; Case 1: Succession Practices at the Business Development Bank of Canada.; Case 2: The Nova Scotia Government Succession Management Model; Case 3: Four Agency Examples from the Government of Australia.; Case 4: Cambridgeshire (UK)County Council Succession Planning.; Case 5: Surrey (UK)County Council Fast-Track Programme; Part II: U.S. Federal Government Case Studies; Case 6: National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Human Capital Planning.
If you?re responsible for succession planning and related practices at the government level, you know succession planning in government is different than in other sectors. And you may wonder how other governmental entities have met the succession planning challenge. This unique book has the answer. It presents case studies of how real managers at different levels of government and in different settings addressed the succession challenges. Cases in Government Succession Planning is designed for government leaders, government human resource professionals and students interested in government car.