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Often the new plan is preceded by a new compensation person. The former person has (been) moved on before they can see the consequences of their decision making and before they can adjust it. Talent management should mean developing a depth of skills not just the range of experiences.


Excellent observation. I think many new people feel a need to "show their chops" and get immediately to wok on rolling out something new. Often the legacy plan was fine, but may have lacked in communication, administration or other tactical issues.

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