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Products & Services Human Resources Employee Training and Development

Best Practices in Career Path Advancement

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Pages/Slides: 35


Published: Pre-2014


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Study Overview & Key Topics

To keep pace with the competition, executives seek ways for career advancement. Managers identify education and training needs to meet the career goals of the associates and the needs of the business. This study enumerates best practices of leading organizations who have been successful in designing unique programs for Career Path Advancement. Specifically, the study covers the following areas:

  • Designing career path definition and succession planning to meet specific corporate needs
  • Career path definition and succession planning management
  • Identifying candidates for succession planning

Study Objective

Organization across the world, can adopt the practices in this report, to adjust their own approaches using techniques that have been proven to work in the real world by the benchmark partners. The study identifies principles for designing career path and succession planning and assists companies to identify appropriate individuals for the same.


Sample Key Findings
  • Maintain commitment to succession plans by embedding the process in corporate strategy.
  • Determine candidates for succession planning by individual as well as position to retain top talent.
  • Appoint a specific department to assume the responsibility of the process to ensure alignment and organization of ideas.
  • Concentrate resources on high potential employees to ensure that corporate succession goals are met.
  • Rigorously screen applicants to identify appropriate candidates for succession planning programs.
Industries Profiled:
Computer Hardware; Telecommunications; Consumer Products; Chemical; Energy; Pharmaceutical; Manufacturing; Financial Services; Computers; High Tech; Electronics; Internet; Insurance; Newspapers; Professional Services; Defense; Health Care; Automobile


Companies Profiled:
Ames Rubber; Apple Computer; AT&T; Benchmark Partners; Black & Decker; BP Amoco; Chevron; Clorox; Dow Chemical; Eli Lilly; General Electric; GE Capital; GlaxoSmithKline; Hewlett-Packard; Intel; John Hancock; Knight-Ridder; KPMG Peat Marwick; Levi-Strauss; Lockheed Martin; Los Angeles Times; Lucent Technologies; Merck; Motorola; Novartis; PacTel; Raychem Corp.; Saturn; Verizon; SBC


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