The CEO's Guide to Talent Management
by R. Wellins, A. Smith, R. Rogers
Publisher: DDI 2008
Number of pages: 53
Talent management has never been more of an immediate concern than it is right now. But in the rush to fill a perceived talent management void, organizations must be careful not to rush into implementing initiatives or programs that are more about taking action than about implementing a well-crafted solution.
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