Managing Talent. Training and Development 11.7. Express Exec

  • ID: 2240944
  • Book
  • 116 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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  • Fast–track route to getting maximum value from your most valuable people
  • Covers recruiting, motivating, using and retaining talented individuals–individuals who know their worth and will demand that it is recognized and rewarded
  • Case studies of Jim Barksdale and Netscape, Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester Unted, Amgen (US), Nicholson Interior Designs (UK), Chen Hsong Holdings (Hong Kong SAR – China)
  • Includes a comprehensive resources guide, key concepts and thinkers, a 10–step action plan for developing talent, and a section of FAQs
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Introduction to ExpressExec.

Introduction to Managing Talent.

What is Meant by Managing Talent?

The Evolution of Managing Talent.

The E–Dimension.

The Global Dimension.

The State of the Art.

In Practice–Managing Talent Success Stories.

Key Concepts and Thinkers in Managing Talent.

Resources for Managing Talent.

Ten Steps to Managing Talent

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Index.

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Roger Cartwright
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