Course: PAD 530 Public Personnel Mngt.
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CHALLENGES FACING SUCCESION PLANNING
CHALLENGES OF SUCCESION PLANNING
ECONOMIC AND EMPLOYMENT GROWTH
With the rise of technology there will be need for the personnel to be up to terms with the growth that affects the state. This includes the policy formulation and implementation.
HIGH LEVEL OF UNEMPLOYMENT
With the increased number of work done and the expectation of efficiency in the social security personnel raises a need for recruitment of the personnel for proficiency.
STAFF RIGIDITY TOWARDS CHANGE
Resistance to change is always present when it comes to the shaping of a bureaucratic state in its generality
COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION
Adoption of the strategic planning approach
Looks at the long and short term objectives
Balances the demand of external premises as well as organizational needs.
Money allocation Is key to the departmental planning so that the agency I well catered for.
SKILLS OF MANAGING TURBULENCE
Co-existance and personnel relationship at the agency
Conveys and balances the needs across the board at whatever levels.
Critical and creative thinking skills
Urgent solution finding
Cost saving skills
Sees the agency through survival In this time
Proper management of the available fund.
Efficient and effective
For data retention and saving.
Talent acquisition and development-
Nature and maintenance of the talents overtime
Holding several advisory meetings- this is to ensure that there is sufficient feedback received.
Development of a plan guide and development.
Development of consistent transition for all.
Ensure a maximum follow up and feedback from the employees and the society for a corrective measure that is appropriate.
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