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Beyond Competencies: Meshing Your Talent Strategy with Your Business Strategy

Whether the challenge is reducing operating costs, improving service excellence, or enhancing brand recognition, organizations need an effective way to link their people strategy to their business strategy. That is, understand what it takes for people to succeed in their new business environment and align their talent management systems—hiring, development,…
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The CEOs Guide to Talent Management

Focus on Your DesiredBusiness Outcomes for Success The driving philosophy behind DDI’s approach to talent management is quite simple: It must begin with the end in mind. Specifically, effective talent management must be relentlessly focused on your organizations’ desired business outcomes.
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Wander Woman

How High-Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction by Marcia ReynoldsBerrett-Koehler © 2010 In this Abstract, you will learn: Why women in corporate jobs wander away to other positions, How women can tap into their inner “archetypes” to envision and realize their goals, and How a “wander woman” can find her…
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What motivates employees?

In 'The Talent Powered Organisation', Peter Cheese indicates that 25 years ago 80% of the typical company's market value was based on tangible assets such as machinery and facilities and how effectively they were managed. Today only 20-30% are attributed to tangible assets and the rest to intangible assets like…
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Five Elements of a Successful Leadership Pipeline

Five Elements of a Successful Leadership Pipeline: Stories of Success from The Conference Board by Tacy M. Byham, Ph.D., VP, Executive Development, DDI At The Conference Board 2011 Talent Management Strategies Conference, my colleagues and I had an opportunity to facilitate the pre-conference session on the Leadership Pipeline we were…
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