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The Talent powered organization: strategies for globalization, talent management and high performance

Author: Cheese, Peter ; Thomas, Robert J. ; Craig, ElizabethPublisher: Kogan Page, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 276 p. : Graphs/Ill./Maps ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780749449902Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD6957 .C44 2008
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Available 900206109
Book Europe Campus
Main Collection
Print HD6957 .C44 2008
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Available 001265156
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Includes bibliographical references and index


The Talent Powered Organization Strategies for Globalization, Talent Management and High Performance Contents Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction from the authors 1 Talent Imperatives for a New Economic World A new context The strategic importance of talent The need to embrace diversity The importance of learning and skills development The challenge of engagement Managing talent throughout the organization Summary 2 A Strategic Approach to Talent The executive perspective High performance - the key drivers How to multiply talent The HR function in the spotlight HR and talent management: an unfinished evolution Summary v xi 1 7 8 11 15 28 35 46 49 51 52 55 57 81 82 86 88 90 97 112 3 The Discovery of Talent Identifying your talent needs Recruitment: will you discover talent or drive it away? Summary 4 From Talent Development to Deployment New demand for new skills Deploying talent: managing the work strategically Summary 5 Engagement Why engagement matters What engagement means Drivers of engagement Gaining more insight on engagement - segmenting the workforce The key ingredient of engagement - the line managers Summary 6 Embedding and Sustaining Talent Power Measuring talent's contribution to business performance Measuring process effectiveness - the concept of maturity A framework for prioritizing and measuring human capital investments The transformation and reorganization of HR Everyone's responsible Failures of communication Summary 7 Next Steps and the New Imperatives Becoming a talent-powered organization Critical tasks for key stakeholders Conclusions - beyond talent multiplication 113 114 144 151 152 152 154 163 181 184 187 188 189 196 201 208 222 231 233 234 235 247 253 References Index 255 265

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