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1. Your healthcare facility has asked you to explore succession planning as a possible strategy for organizational sustainability. What will you do? To get started, research two organizations that have adopted a succession planning strategy and compare their programs and outcomes. BCG perspectives-start early, set expectations values, understand individuals, clear selection process, motivate employees. Forbes- analysis, development, selection, transition, and conclusion. They both have great planning strategies. Although they are different that doesn’t mean the outcomes are not successful. During their selection process they have certain expectations and standards they want to abide by. BCG plan is to start early and Forbes is analysis this is some what similar because they plan out strategies and what came happen in the future. 2. Describe an example of a successful new employee orientation. Why are employee
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Unformatted text preview: needs and organizational needs both important to consider? A success±ul new employee orientation will be very clear and straight±orward. An example method used in the book would be “eating o± the apple” which states doing things one at a time and breaking up the long orientation into topics. Also, many do orientation in one day, which last about 8 hours, but a success±ul orientation would be broken up in a period o± time so the new employee will still ±eel connected. Needs and organization needs are important because quality and sa±ety is something to consider. 3. Why is it important to engage senior management early in the process when preparing for a training initiative? Engaging senior management is important because it matters how the supervisor communicates with the staff. Interaction and commutations with the staff is important because a low retention program is key....
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