DOI: 10.1350/ijps.2006.8.4.253
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Abstract: This article reports on the qualitative findings of a study examining the succession planning process of a large Canadian police force. The richness of the qualitative data resulted in the identification of key themes that were not considered in the quantitative portion of the same study. These themes included: a lack of confidence in the executive development programme; a desire for executive development to be more developmental in nature; person-organisation constraints; a negative image of executives; a des… Show more

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