Topic : succession planning

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Palm Tran’s 'Upward Mobility Program' puts employees at the forefront

Management & Operations| December 22, 2017

The program helps employees eliminate the roadblocks typically associated with upward movement within an organization.

Report finds NJ Transit lost a quarter of rail managers prior to Hoboken crash

Management & Operations| November 30, 2017

As 49 of NJ Transit's most senior rail supervisors retired between January 2014 and July 2016, a group of younger potential replacements, including some who were considered rising stars, left the agency for other jobs.

Management & Operations| September 18, 2017

Voith executes succession plan, names new president/CEO

As planned, Dr. Hubert Lienhard, who has been in charge since 2008, will retire in 2018 upon completion of his second term in office at the age of 67, with Stephan Schaller assuming the role in April.

Management & Operations| July 30, 2017

LA Metro launches workforce development program

Career pathways include construction, non-construction opportunities in operations/maintenance, administration and professional services in the transportation industry.

December 14, 2016

SEPTA's Supervisor Training Program Helps Employees Move Up the Ladder

The AIM AD programs was designed by SEPTA to expand the pool of supervisors who are ready to move into assistant director positions in the agency's operations and engineering, maintenance, and construction divisions.

June 15, 2016

'AIM-ing' High for Succession Planning in the Transportation Industry

How do you replace the institutional knowledge and subject expertise of a 40-year employee? You do it through succession planning, which is especially necessary in the transportation industry where senior level managers often have well over 25 years’ experience.

Bus| February 4, 2014

HART CEO announces resignation

With 42 years of transit experience, including rail and bus operations, Philip Hale will leave behind record transit ridership, lower costs, a new labor agreement and a impending political battleground over the future of the agency.
September 5, 2012

OCTA CEO: Educating the next generation of transportation leaders

The transportation industry faces the potential loss of significant institutional knowledge as baby boomers retire. For many of us, a greater emphasis has been placed on ensuring we prepare those who will take over to successfully lead our agencies into the future. A program started by the Orange County Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar is an ideal example of this kind of effort.
Bus| August 23, 2011

MBTA names interim GM

Serving for more than 10 years as the T's Deputy GM/chief financial officer, Jonathan Davis directs the financial management and accounting functions of the MBTA, manages the operating and capital budgets, and oversees the collection of all revenue.

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