Charan, Ram
October 2010
People Management;10/28/2010, p24
The article focuses on the eight key principles that can make a company rich in talent. According to the author, corporate leaders should not drop their preference on individuals who bring in the numbers and instead hire people whose talents can be developed to its full potential. He cites that a talent master can only develop people if he has the knowledge of the individual whose talent they are developing. He says that talent masters too need continuous learning in order to produce individuals with great talent.


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