Talent Management Defined

Paradise, Andrew
May 2009
T+D;May2009, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p68
The article discusses developments in the field of talent management. It is noted that effective talent management can be fraught with difficulties, but a comprehensive, strategic approach can render it more tractable. It is said that many firms are moving from traditional human capital methods toward systems which are geared toward actively seeking, developing, and holding on to talented employees. The article focuses on the importance of viewing talent management as an essential, company-wide activity. Evolving industry standards are also addressed.


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