'Talent can be a dirty word…'

Syedain, Hashi
May 2010
People Management;5/20/2010, p18
An interview with KPMG global head Rachel Campbell is presented. Campbell says that she would not have passed the career motivation examination if it had been implemented during the time she entered the company. She stresses the need for a project-based organisation to employ line managers who know their staff. She also expresses her admiration to organisations that understand that it is proper to be explicit on the idea of top talent.


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