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succession

the progression from initial colonization of an area by organisms to the CLIMAX population. The term usually refers to plants and in England the climax vegetation is oak woodland.
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7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly half (40%) of respondents to a new XpertHR survey do not engage in succession planning, which can compromise their competitive market position, engender a reactive business environment, and unnecessarily increase talent acquisition costs.
When you quantify the cost of turnovers, particularly forced ones, you get a strong sense of the importance and payoff involved in getting CEO succession right.
In our lead Perspective, Noel outlines the case for a radical transformation of what we must focus upon to ensure better succession.
An Enterprise Insight Series article addresses how important succession plans are.
The constitutionality of Canada's Succession to the Throne Act, 2013 (Succession Act) will be tested in Quebec's Superior Court in the coming months.
McLaughlin's background helping hundreds of the industry's top insurance agents and his knowledge of the inner working of insurance companies, SRG will expand its focus in 2014 to support insurance companies and their producers with acquisition, contingency and succession planning.
En avril 2013, les deux chambres du Parlement britannique ont adopte le projet de loi mettant un terme a la primaute masculine dans l'ordre de succession.
1 percent of S&P 500 companies facing a CEO succession hired an outsider for the top job--that rate confirms an upward trend recorded since the 1970s, when less than 10 percent of CEO hires were outsiders; it is much higher than the 19 percent reported in 2011.
These findings shed light on an increasingly prevalent form of succession and provide insight into the rationale and implications behind the announcement.
Stratigraphic successions in the Nyalau Formation form repetitive high frequency, regressive-transgressive cycles bounded by flooding surfaces, consisting of a basal coarsening upward, wave-dominated shoreface facies succession (representing a prograding barrier shoreface and/or beach-strandplain) which is sharply overlain by fluvio-tidal channel, estuarine bay or tide-dominated delta facies successions (representing more inshore, tide-influenced coastal depositional environments).
The following persons have the capacity to inherit: 1) in succession by operation of law: natural persons who survived the bequeather at the moment of his death; children of the bequeather who were born after his death; likewise the State of Lithuania; 2) in succession pursuant to a will: natural persons who survived the testator at the moment of his death; likewise those who were conceived while the testator was still alive and were born after his death; persons named in the will before their conception, upon their birth; 3) in succession pursuant to a will: legal persons which existed at the moment of death of the testator, or established in executing the testator's true intent expressed in his will.
The succession challenge; building education leadership capacity through succession management.