February 18th 2011
Talent Management – Maximising Benefit for Business Performance
This report from Ashridge Consulting provides a broad definition of talent management, a framework to understand strategic perspectives through which organisations deploy talent management and a range of dimensions that affect the operational impact of talent management. Areas of best practice and the issues which organisations are struggling with are also explored.
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