According to a study reported in the June 2005 issue of the Harvard Business Review, 'people-driven' businesses are now predominant. But many companies, even in people businesses, don't yet have the talent management processes they need to excel. While organizations have perfected sophisticated techniques for managing capital investments, suppliers and the production......Full article >>>
these businesses, where even "the slightest changes in employee productivity have a significant impact on shareholder returns, 'human resource management' is no longer a support function, but a core process for line managers."
I agree with these assertions but would go one step further to say that in people-driven businesses talent management must be a core competence for the entire busi......Full article >>>
heir talent management competency:
Identify Key Roles. Analyze the key steps in each part of the talent life cycle (identification and attraction, hiring and inculcation, motivation and development, appraisal and reward, building and sustaining relationships) and map the key players and their roles and responsibilities to each stage. Are there gaps in responsibilities key ......Full article >>>
red and communicated versus informally discussed among staff? What key actions might you take to improve your feedback mechanisms?
With so much of the costs and performance of a business now dependent on people, isn't it time managing them became a core competency of your organization?