What would you do if you lost one or more critical players on your team?
Succession planning is an aspect of the development process that identifies critical outcomes from key positions which have little overlap with other team members.
While succession planning is most frequently discussed in the context of leadership positions at the very top of the organization, it is also important for any critical position in which the knowledge and skills of the individual cannot be provided by others. These positions can range from an IT programmer or project engineer to a sales person or executive assistant -- anyone who provides skills or intellectual capital that has not been transferred to others in the event this team player departs.
Always keeping the integration of the critical path in mind, Kushner & Company makes the succession planning process easier to identify and execute.
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