October 2016
TD: Talent Development;Oct2016, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p48
The article offers information on talent development in energy company Consumers Energy located in Jackson, Michigan. Topics discussed include its supporting employee development needs, its focus on specific technical skills training and the redevelopment of the company's leadership strategy. Topics including the use of benchmarking to break down learning needs, the concept of breakthrough thinking and cost avoidance for rating operational efficiency are discussed.


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