|Year of Publication||2017|
|Description||Planning for succession management is crucial in order to develop a pool of potential successors and encourage a culture that supports knowledge sharing and transfer in the public service. This is a challenge faced by both National and County Governments due to several factors including an aging workforce, shortage of staff, skills flight and brain drain, particularly in professional and technical cadres.|
The main objective of the Strategy is to initiate a proactive process involving critical workforce positions by developing a pool of potential successors and the interventions made in this report will ensure that the public service:
This Strategy presents a comprehensive direction on implementation of succession management in the public service.
Parent: Centre for Leadership and Policy
|Tags||Human Resource, Succession Management, Ministry of Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs, Knowledge Transfer|