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Succession Planning

Succession planning is a crucial element to planning the future management and governance needs of an organisation.  DWS facilitate this process through a series of confidential interviews, business analysis, independent assessment and needs identification techniques. Key aspects of our succession planning services include:

  • Identification of key positions at both management and board/committee level.
  • Identification of key associated knowledge base.
  • Discussion on alternative internal skills and knowledge base.
  • Highlight areas of risk associated with lack of alternative knowledge.
  • Develop a succession plan through a combination of internal nurturing of skills and identification of external knowledge bases.

DWS offer the ability to transfer to new management and board/committee members without compromising strategic planning goals and targets.  Contact us to confidentially discuss succession needs.

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