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  1. I can see the merit of walking in another shoes, expanding your perspective, changing complexity level of your present position but I struggle in the candidate selection, educational skills training, credibility with the workforce in the new area and the ability to met targets in a timely basis. It will be interesting to read more. But what is my biggest concern is the link that these organizations (44%) see their Leadership Development as poor. Which comes first, basic Leadership development or believing job rotation is the answer to skill development.? Very “sticky” from my perspective.

  2. I can see the merit of walking in another shoes, expanding your perspective, changing complexity level of your present position but I struggle in the candidate selection, educational skills training, credibility with the workforce in the new area and the ability to met targets in a timely basis. It will be interesting to read more. But what is my biggest concern is the link that these organizations (44%) see their Leadership Development as poor. Which comes first, basic Leadership development or believing job rotation is the answer to skill development.? Very “sticky” from my perspective.


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