The Executive Guide to Integrated Talent Management (Google eBook)
Kevin Oakes, Pat Galagan
American Society for Training and Development, 2011 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
Integrated talent management is an approach to building organizational capability and engagement by integrating talent acquisition, development, and deployment across traditional HR silos. This process keeps all aspects of talent management aligned to business goals. The Executive's Guide to Talent Management will present strategic and tactical guidelines for training and development professionals seeking to play key roles in the process.
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