By Gillian Pillans 11th January 2018
Recently I attended the Global Drucker Forum in Vienna on the theme “Growth & Inclusive Prosperity”. Over two days we listened as an array of management thinkers shared their perspectives on why inclusive growth matters and what we should do about it. One theme emerged consistently: pursuing profit as an end in itself does not necessarily lead to greater prosperity, but what really makes a difference is having a clear sense of purpose that drives the organisation forward.
By Caolinn Douglas 2nd January 2018
Most organisations conduct some form of regular talent review meeting as a core element of the talent process. However, the quality of talent reviews varies considerably.
Critical success factors that differentiate the most effective talent reviews are: follow through, make it a sequence of ongoing discussions, tie in with regular business cycle, the right people should be in the room with the authority to make decisions, involve peers from other business units, include relevant personal information, bring in information on relevant job openings, make provision for individuals to receive feedback on discussions, and provide training and support for managers.