Win the war for top talent

Chambers, Elizabeth G.; Handfield-Jones, Helen; Hankin, Steve Marc; Michaels III, Edward G.
December 1998
Workforce;Dec98, Vol. 77 Issue 12, p50
Focuses on the talent-building strategies of United States-based corporations for their executives. Shortage problem confronting companies; Indication of the survey results conducted by the authors; Importance of executive talent management.


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