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SUCCESSION AND PARTNER TRANSITIONING PLANNING: A COMPELLING ISSUE FOR OUR TIMES

"Demographics are our destiny," reinvention is the new retirement," "win the talent wars" and be "the employer of choice."  Recognizing the challenges and opportunities, Practice Development Counsel's *Next Generation, Next Destination* program was developed by Phyllis Weiss Haserot and Richard T. McDermott in 2005 to achieve advance transitioning planning to benefit both senior partners and the professional growth of younger partners as well as their firms overall.

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Kathryn Wilson

Just read your accounting web article on Reorienting Orientation, and wanted to say: you covered everything I've learned the hard way in public accounting since starting four years ago as an intern at 20. It might be worth adding that having a newer manager/Gen Y member (5-7 years of experience) present this section of orientation would help it resonate.

Manny Negron

Great comments! I thought you made some really great points. People's don't realize what's happening and you shed some bright lights with your points.

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