Link retiree exit strategy, new manager development

As employees take the long steps from one level to the next, employers need to use experienced managers to ease the transition
By Fred Pamenter
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 01/12/2004

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he trend of flattening organizations by removing layers of management has made leadership development more complicated.

The more levels of management there were, the easier it was to develop people through minor promotions and incremental increases in responsibility.