July 7th 2015

Rethinking Talent Management – Connecting Strategy, Performance and Potential for Tomorrow’s Challenges

CRF held a roundtable event in April 2015 to discuss the current state of talent management and identify key areas of focus for our talent research project, which will conclude in June 2016.

This document provides an overview of the discussions from the roundtable and details on the forthcoming research project.

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July 20th 2016

Post-Meeting Review Notes - Rethinking Talent Management (Amsterdam)

A summary of our recent Rethinking Talent Management member meeting led by Jay Conger (Claremont McKenna College, California and Center of Effective Organizations) and Gillian Pillans (CRF) in Amsterdam.

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July 8th 2016

Post-Meeting Review Notes - Rethinking Talent Management (London)

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June 22nd 2016

Executive Summary: Rethinking Talent Management

For most CEOs, “talent” is at or near the top of their priority list. Yet in our recent survey of over 230 organisations, only 17% of respondents rated their organisation as effective in predicting and planning future talent needs. This research report draws upon international good practice and provides practical recommendations and methodologies for improvement.

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June 20th 2016

CRF Webinar - Rethinking Talent Management

For most CEOs, talent remains at or near the top of their priority list, and yet lack of talent remains a major obstacle in achieving organisational goals. Our forthcoming CRF webinar will examine how talent management can be better aligned with the needs of the organisation.

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