The Talent Management Handbook Creating A Sustainable Competitive Advantage By Selecting Developing And Promoting The Best People

Author by : Lance Berger
Language : en
Publisher by : McGraw Hill Professional
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Description : THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO FINDING, DEVELOPING, AND KEEPING THE BEST TALENT The most comprehensive book of its kind, The Talent Management Handbook has become the go-to resource for HR professionals, CEOs, and business leaders who want to take the lead in building a diverse, talented, and motivated workforce. Each section of this book offers state-of-the-art processes, step-by-step practical management tools and techniques, and up-to-the-minute resources that will equip you to: Discover and develop new talent Inspire, coach, and train future leaders Reward and retain the best people Plan and realize a culture of organizational excellence Featuring breakthroughs and "best practices" from more than 30 leading global talent management firms-- Accenture, Center for Creative Leadership, Hay Group, Heidrick and Struggles, Human Capital Institute, Korn/Ferry International, Mercer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Right Management, Sibson Consulting, Towers Watson, and others--The Talent Management Handbook is a complete, all-in-one program designed to help you place the best people in the most critical jobs to assemble the building blocks of organizational excellence and create value--one person at a time. Based on years of research, hundreds of global consultations, and the stellar contributions of top industry leaders, The Talent Management Handbook is the most authoritative guide on the market for finding and utilizing the best people. Now in its second edition, this book includes the most innovative ideas and the latest tools, processes, and technologies available to help you launch a complete, fully functioning talent management program that will drive you and your workforce to the top. Filled with key insights from renowned HR thought leaders and CEOs, The Talent Management Handbook shows you how to: Attract new talent and keep the "Superkeepers" Design career plans that boost employee morale and support organization needs Improve performance through a personal value exchange Coach, develop, and inspire raw talent and prepare the CEOs of the future See positive results with smarter performance reviews Create a culture of innovation and sustainability In these pages there is a wealth of information on a wide range of subjects, including employee compensation, onboarding, leadership competencies, and engagement programs. Discover firsthand how top HR thought leaders like Dave Ulrich, Marshall Goldsmith, Richard Boyatzis, Marc Effron, Beverly Kaye, Andy Pellant, William Rothwell, William Schiemann, Doris Sims, Allan Schweyer, Kay Thorne, and Kevin Wilde have achieved amazing results. And learn how expanding global markets are affecting the development of talent and teams all across the world. It takes a top-notch workforce to make a company succeed. This definitive guide gives you all you need to enable your organization's people to do their best.


Global Leadership Talent Management

Author by : Jürgen Deters
Language : en
Publisher by : Emerald Group Publishing
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Description : Global Leadership Talent Management, as an integrated process, supports the sustainable success of global organizations. This book shows how specifically the selection process can be created as an exchange process in which mutual expectations and perceived fairness and justice play an important role.


Advances In Global Leadership

Author by : Joyce S. Osland
Language : en
Publisher by : Emerald Group Publishing
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 60
Total Download : 226
File Size : 52,5 Mb
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Description : This volume of Advances in Global Leadership updates researchers and practitioners on the state of the field and research gaps. Part 1 presents new empirical studies; Part II features papers on global leadership development programs offered by universities. Contributors range from well-known voices to new scholars with fresh perspectives.


Oxford Handbook Of Strategy Implementation

Author by : University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Distinguished Research Fellow Michael A Hitt
Language : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Good strategies can fail because they are poorly implemented. Behind this straightforward statement is a complex reality. This innovative volume explores various aspects of strategy implementation, a process that is as challenging as it is important. For strategies to be implemented effectively, firms must have the right resources and capabilities available. Available resources must be integrated in ways that create the capabilities needed and then those capabilities must be leveraged to effectively implement the strategy in order to create and sustain a competitive advantage. This handbook focuses on how strategy implementation is influenced by resources and governance, human capital and management of it, and accounting-based control systems. It examines how the dynamic, competitive, and international environment increases the importance of knowledge and its acquisition, effective governance as a signal of proper incentives, the interaction of legality and legitimacy, and the connections between compliance and enforcement. Because people implement the strategies through the completion of their job tasks and achievement of their job-related goals, the second section explores how changes in workforce demographics have influenced and may influence strategy. Major factors include the greater proportion of older workers and the increasing role women play in leadership. Acquiring, developing, and having a motivated work force is critical to implementation, whether and how best practices spread is explored, as is the effectiveness of setting goals. Controlling managerial behavior plays a critical role in the implementation of strategies, and is the focus of the third section on accounting-based control systems. These can be helpful both in identifying inappropriate behaviors and in promoting positive managerial actions to achieve desired financial outcomes. They can also encourage experimentation and creativity. The effectiveness of accounting and accountability systems is influenced by four dimensions, including the intended users, standards of compliance, enforcement criteria, and the assurance process.


Successful Organizations In Action

Author by : Srinivaas M.
Language : en
Publisher by : Partridge Publishing
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Total Read : 48
Total Download : 509
File Size : 45,5 Mb
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Description : This book contains learning from the corporate experiences of over 15 professionals who have worked at CXO level in global organizations. The authors are alumni of IITs and IIMs of India with over 100 years corporate experience, having worked in Senior Management roles in top Indian and Multinational organizations. They interpolate their experiences and learnings along with that of a number of accomplished professionals with an enviable corporate success track record. The result is the collection of essential success strategies, tools and desirable traits for achieving organizational excellence in today’s competitive world. A number of important issues and real life situations that are faced by the organizations, while growing their company from an idea to the desired position of being a perpetual living giant, have been discussed in lucid detail. It is important for professionals to know what to do, but also to understand the detrimental aspects of corporate behavior one should be conscious of and avoid like plague. This book is a valuable resource for those who are short of time to read a number of books but would like to stay in touch with the contemporary issues and strategies with a refreshing and insightful perspective. Some of the topics covered: Innovation, Value creation and Capturing Value Magnetism and the Art of Marketing Consumer & Customer centricity Importance of Engagement & Experience Management 3 Hook theory of Marketing Importance of Values, Mission, Vision, Culture Sustained Development & Ethical Approach Importance of Focus, Prioritization, Passion Strategic thinking and Execution excellence Leveraging Technology and many more.. While this book is not expected to be an exhaustive resource and an in-depth coverage of key issues facing today’s organizations, this will surely provoke the thoughts of the readers in the direction of desirable and undesirable traits that cause successes and failures. This will surely add a new set of tools to your armour to go for excellence in your day-today corporate life.


International Handbook Of Education For The Changing World Of Work

Author by : Rupert Maclean
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 55
Total Download : 885
File Size : 46,5 Mb
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Description : This six-volume handbook covers the latest practice in technical and vocational education and training (TVET). It presents TVET models from all over the world, reflections on the best and most innovative practice, and dozens of telling case studies. The handbook presents the work of established as well as the most promising young researchers and features unrivalled coverage of developments in research, policy and practice in TVET.