Planning for Succession – "Transition With a Twist"
Succession is a Change Process and it is more than a succession plan
This session looks at Succession from both a Change Perspective and from a Pro-active Planning and Strategy Perspective.
It addresses such questions as:
- What are the essential elements of a succession process and plan?
- Why is succession such a neglected subject and underemployed within companies?
- What is the relationship between preparing for succession and the challenge of managing change as the succession unfolds (for oneself and for others)?
- Why is taking a broader perspective in the succession process a critical strategy to long-term survival?
- How should succession planning and execution be treated in a business that is closely-held or a family business?
After a presentation on the topic, there will be an interactive discussion and Q&A among the participants.
This event is part of Startup Appleton Week.
Startup Appleton Week takes place on November 5 - 11, 2018, and is designed to connect, educate, and celebrate entrepreneurship in the Fox Cities Region. The week's programming showcases the community's emerging companies while highlighting the resources and organizations available to foster support for entrepreneurs and small business owners on their journey. Startup Appleton Week is supported by Fox Valley Technical College Venture Center, Change Management Communications Center LLC, and Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation – Northeast WI and is a part of the Startup Wisconsin initiative. To browse all the events and programming occurring during Startup Appleton Week visit: http://startupwi.org/appleton.Startup Wisconsin
is committed to advancing and developing Wisconsin's tech and startup ecosystems through unique programming, collaborative partnerships, and networking. Driven by entrepreneurs and leaders throughout Wisconsin who are passionate about making a difference, and creating a positive and lasting impact that will advance the state's economy forward. Startup Wisconsin Week is supported by Advocate Aurora Health, Concordia University Wisconsin, Husch Blackwell, Northwestern Mutual, Accelity Marketing, Headway, Wisconsin Inno and Newsradio 620 WTMJ.