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High-Potential Employee Development Programs: Selecting and Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders

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ID: 4340


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Metrics, Graphics, Summary Matrix


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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World-class companies recognize that a high-potential employee development program is an important aspect to future growth. This document contains analysis of 18 benchmarking companies’ policies for structuring high-potential programs and managing related activities.

This 20-slide presentation covers key findings in the following topics: sponsorship and administration responsibilities, program scope, goals and performance, identification and selection criteria and processes, and tools used to develop selected employees. This document also provides executive insights detailing critical success factors for the programs and lessons they have learned.

Further, this document includes a matrix with specific survey questions and the responses of each participating company.

Industries Profiled:
Telecommunications; Health Care; Banking; Pharmaceutical; Electronics; High Tech; Manufacturing; Internet; Consumer Products; Service; Technology; Insurance; Financial Services


Companies Profiled:
British Telecom; North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System; Citizens Bank of Canada; Sanofi-Synthelabo Inc.; QUALCOMM; PSEG; Brooks-PRI Automation; Cisco Systems; CABS; Eastman Kodak; Celestica International; Infosys; Gedeon Richter Ltd.; Nortel Networks; Plexus; SCT; Telefónica del Perú; Sun Life Financial

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