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People see risks with failed assignments. There is now more of a weeding out process [by HR, via assignments] and less security. It makes it hard to plan developmental assignments when those who are supposed to be developed aren’t willing. In the face of fears surrounding job security, many HIPOs are reportedly more interested in personal goals not related to pursuing higher positions in the organizational hierarchy. After all, expensive high-level executives are often targets of downsizing, and a person may be more mobile as a specialist than as a manager.
A data feedback session at a major university gave the HR professionals, some of whom had 14 Cross-Cultural Approaches to Leadership Development participated in the earlier surveys, the opportunity to add perspective to the study results. Although some of the functions of the traditional HIPO model remain—identification, selection, development—many of the forms and processes of HIPO systems are changing. 1), the participating company representatives offered images of what a new model might look like.
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