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Why is Succession Planning Important?

May 20, 2022 (updated Apr 11, 2023) • 6 min

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  1. Harvard Business Review, “The High Cost of Poor Succession Planning,” May-June 2021 Back
  2. Society for Human Resource Management, “Succession Planning is Critical in Uncertain Times,” March 9, 2022 Back