Next Generation Talent Management: Talent Management to Survive Turmoil

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Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 13, 2010 - Business & Economics - 148 pages
In Next Generation Talent Management, AndrTs Hatum provides innovative responses to these questions. Drawing on the practical experiences of top global companies including L'OrTal, Deloitte, Syngenta and Cirque du Soleil, DOW and elBulli, he outlines a path towards success for all businesses looking to attain a competitive advantage through people. Detailed case studies are complemented by "best practice at a glance" boxes. Hatum provides a workable framework for how companies can develop tools and long-term strategies aimed at finding the best people, broadening the scope of their personal development, and helping to keep them loyal to the enterprise. This is a book no business manager can afford to ignore. --Book Jacket.

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AndrTs Hatum is Associate Professor in Management and Organization at IAE Business School (Argentina). He holds a PhD from Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK. He is also visiting Scholar at IESE Business School, Spain, Nyenrode Business Universiteit, The Netherlands, and Universidad Adolfo Iba±ez, Chile.

His research focuses on talent management, organizational flexibility and career development.

He is Director of CIGLA ù Centro de Investigaci=n Guia Laboral ù a research center specializing in understanding organizational, talent and managerial challenges for firms in Latin America.

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