Succession planning refers to the process by which new leaders are identified and developed within a given organization to ensure a seamless transition when existing leadership leaves the organization. An effective succession plan is often subtle because the change should be seamless; however, an ineffective succession plan can result in visible consequences as the challenges associated with the change become obvious.
For this assignment around succession planning, select a high-profile change in leadership at a public or nonprofit agency. You may choose an agency that you have worked for or have seen in the headlines or research. Analyze the artifacts of communication around how the change was announced and decide whether the transition was seamless from a public perspective.
In a 57 page narrative, address the following:
Provide a brief background on the chosen public or nonprofit agency.
Explain a recent change in leadership that took place in that organization.
Identify the artifacts of communication that were used around the change in leadership.
Analyze the strategies used with those artifacts to communicate the change in leadership.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the execution of the agency’s succession plan.
Your assignment should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Your writing should clearly identify where each grading criterion or part of the assignment is addressed. Your points must be logical, substantive, and relevant based on the evidence presented. The writing must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA guidelines: Resources and citations must be formatted according to current APA style and formatting. Be sure to distinguish an electronic journal article by including the DOI or URL. When appropriate, use APA-formatted headings.
SafeAssign: Submit your paper to SafeAssign as a draft. Review the results and make any needed changes before submitting to your instructor for grading.
Resources: Your ideas must be supported with relevant scholarly sources that are dated within the past five years and are properly cited and referenced in current APA style.
Length of paper: 57 typed, double-spaced pages, not including the title page and references.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
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