GKN, tailored talent management strategy

James, Louise
September 2011
People Management;Sep2011, p65
The article describes the tailored talent management strategy employed at global engineering company GKN. The focus of the strategy is the transition points in people's careers. The company further improved its strategy by working with Kiddy & Partners to develop a collaborative coaching-based program specifically designed for the global presence and credibility of GKN at executive level. Changes in the performance of executives who are under the programs were identified by the stakeholders.


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