"Accession Planning: Who's Next at Bat?"
Author: Christenson, James
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: January/February 2002
Continuity in facilities leadership is especially important since the chief facilities officer is often the only person speaking on behalf of buildings and grounds. Focuses on accession planning--planning for the time when a key individual is no longer there. Discusses need for accession planning for chief facilities officer and preparation by selection, leadership, development, and anticipation.
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