Research and Design a Human Resource Succession Plan 3.
Added on - 18 Sep 2019
Research and Design a Human Resource Succession Plan1Research and design a Human Resources Succession plan for a health care organizationSuccession planning is a very important aspect to maintain a relentless service andaccomplish the comprehensive vision of the health care organisation (Motwani et al., 2006).The process of succession planning has to be started with a vivid review of the organisationalchart in regards to the strategic planning of the organization (Kowalewski, Moretti & McGee,2011). Then the hierarchy should be determined keeping in focus the key positions thatshould be maintained by the succession plan. A total survey of the employee profile shouldbe conducted to keep a note of the academics, talent, aptitude and the drawbacks andhenceforth work out the areas of improvement. The succession planning must be incollaboration with the strategic planning of the organisation and at the same time it should bedynamic that can evolve with the changing situation and requirement to accomplish thecomprehensive goal and development of the organization (Sharma, Chrisman & Chua, 2003).1980s marked the beginning of human resources in the domain of hospitals and healthcare organizations keeping focus on the emerging needs of both the institution and theemployees. For the seamless running of an effective management team, induction sessionsshould be conducted to motivate and train the potential employees and ensure that the humanresources may suffice the requirements of the strategic plans of the health care organisation.The strategic plan of a pharmacy department is usually a formal plan that has in its vision agoal set for about five to seven years in future or even longer and the succession plan is asmall part of it. The key processes include optimal recruitment and training of the pharmacyemployees with a focus on creating a successful leadership and also managing the evidentretirement cases. The recent reports reveal that delaying the retirement age is no more withinthe strategic planning program. American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP)have its objectives set to create management position at all levels of hierarchy and createleadership by providing legitimate training and tutorial programmes in order to accomplish