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Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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Exit strategies: Effective and ineffective approaches
Loyalty to the corporation, staff and management turnover, corporate social responsibility, ageism and keeping hold of rare talent are critical issues for today's high performing, often international, corporations. What to do with our older specialists and managers whose talents are visible but may require development, while still providing opportunity for new talent entering the organisation, are important elements of any human resource and learning strategy being pursued by enterprises.
This call for papers wishes to attract both academics and practitioners to submit articles about effective and ineffective exit strategies, highlighting and economic, social, organisational, strategic and psychological implications of entering and exiting organisations. It is intended that this special issue will have articles which will be useful to readers as contributions to knowledge and in highlighting practical steps to deal with this important strategic issue for the twenty-first century.
I look forward to receiving your contribution. For further information, please e-mail Professor Harold Lazarus, firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for submissions is 1 March 2003.