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Talent, Careers & Organisations – Post-Meeting Review Notes
Good career management is of increasing importance as organisations plot their recovery from recession or continue to grow their businesses. The workshop focused on the findings of a research report and featured three case studies on different aspects of career management – Ernst & Young, BT and Standard Chartered Bank. The authors presented a new model called the Six Dimensions of Career Management along with a diagnostic tool for members. The details are in this review.
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