Leveraging Talent

Shelton, Ken
January 1999
Executive Excellence;Jan1999, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p7
Discusses ways on how companies can leverage their best talents. Concept of business talent; Definition of value chain; How talent is best recognized and rewarded.


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