Winning the People Wars: Talent and the Battle for Human Capital
Human talent is definitely an issue on the current hotplate. We are all aware that there is an intense competition for human capital in the workforc. This re-vamped copy covers the subject in-depth. It doesn't just 'talk' about it - actually provides how-tos' so that you can win the talent war, whether for your company, yourself or both. Along with a new chapter on "Making the People Wars Work for You" that makes it stand out even more.
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