The first method is rather time_consuming. In this case, you can look up community forums, such as those in the IT (Information Technology) field and look up free template building tools. Then you'd have to do it yourself. The good thing about this is that you can use it again and you'll be familiar with the issues you would most likely encounter during training.
To add complication, many researchers have noted that the succession process can be traumatic, possibly clouding the vision or purpose of the firm and its members. For instance, because owner_managers in small businesses have fewer organizational constraints to curb their power, their decisions can have proportionately higher consequences for the firm. Also, from a psychological perspective, owner_managers' ideological zeal has a great effect on shaping an organizations purpose and direction. In this way, one can understand that the absence of this passion post_succession can have a very detrimental impact on a firm. Finally, on a more obvious level, succession is one of the only events that firm is bound to face at some point during its lifecycle. Another way to indirectly discern the subject's importance is by examining the amount of academic research dedicated to succession. During the twenty_year period between 1970 and 1990, the number of academic articles on the topic jumped by 250% and today, one third of all family business literature deals with succession subject matter.