Talent Management of Knowledge Workers: Embracing the Non-Traditional Workforce

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Vlad Vaiman
Palgrave Macmillan, Apr 29, 2010 - Business & Economics - 205 pages
Freelancers possess a tremendous amount of knowledge, skill, and ability. Identifying, defining, and implementing talent management strategies aimed at ensuring the effective management of non-traditional knowledge employees in an organization are the key themes of this book.

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ROSALIND BERGEMANN Globalite Management Services, UK OZGUR EKMEKCI Ed.D. The George Washington University GUY ELLIS Henley Business School University of Reading England, UK DR. LIEN ELS Middlesex University Dubai, UAE REGINA-VIOLA FREY Heilbronn Business School, Germany ELFI FURTMUELLER University of Twente, the Netherlands RHONDA JONES University of Maryland University College KONSTANTIN KOROTOV European School of Management and Technology, Germany TUI MCKEOWN Monas University, Australia DENISE TSANG Henley Business School University of Reading England, UK CELESTE P.M. WILDEROM University of Twente, the Netherlands

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