Don't Lose Your Brain Trust

April 1, 2003 · by DesignIntelligence

Every office, large or small, has seen the collective firm IQ plummet when a key staffer moves on. The Accenture Institute for Strategic Change identified seven critical factors to handle losing key workers, as follows:

Every office, large or small, has seen the collective firm IQ plummet when a key staffer moves on. While some fumbling during flux is unavoidable, do your best to minimize the loss by instituting a brain back-up, much the way your tech staff backs up your hard drives. The Accenture Institute for Strategic Change identified seven critical factors to handle losing key workers, as follows:

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