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The Resource Managing talent : recruiting, retaining, and getting the most from talented people, Marion Devine and Michel Syrett

Managing talent : recruiting, retaining, and getting the most from talented people, Marion Devine and Michel Syrett

Label
Managing talent : recruiting, retaining, and getting the most from talented people
Title
Managing talent
Title remainder
recruiting, retaining, and getting the most from talented people
Statement of responsibility
Marion Devine and Michel Syrett
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Using research and interviews with industry experts at "talented" companies including Ford, Goldman Sachs and Cisco, the authors describe how to find the most talented workers and keep them happy, challenged and engaged so that they stay and don't seek employment elsewhere
Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
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Devine, Marion
Dewey number
658.301
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Syrett, Michel
Series statement
The Economist
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Manpower planning
  • Human capital
  • Employees
  • Employee retention
  • Career development
Target audience
adult
Label
Managing talent : recruiting, retaining, and getting the most from talented people, Marion Devine and Michel Syrett
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 10
  • 150
  • Internships, secondments and sabbaticals
  • 152
  • Aiming for the top
  • 157
  • Conclusion
  • 161
  • 8
  • Planning for the future
  • 163
  • Demographic trends
  • Losers and winners in the battle
  • 163
  • Good intentions, deficient processes
  • 164
  • New priorities
  • 168
  • Individual perspective
  • 171
  • Not so strategically talented
  • 172
  • 11
  • A new model
  • 173
  • Changing direction
  • 177
  • New principles
  • 180
  • Talent management to the rescue?
  • 14
  • Well-established - but not well done
  • 18
  • Can "talent" still be managed?
  • 20
  • Conclusion: willing pawns?
  • 1
  • 23
  • 2
  • Devising and implementing a talent strategy
  • 24
  • Staying ahead or playing catch-up?
  • 25
  • Devising a talent strategy
  • 28
  • Measurement and evaluation, accountability and governance
  • 31
  • War for talent
  • Foundations of a talent strategy: buy, borrow, build
  • 33
  • Gaining sponsorship from the business
  • 41
  • Staying agile
  • 44
  • Conclusion
  • 45
  • 3
  • Managing the talent process
  • 1
  • 46
  • Processes and pipelines
  • 48
  • New complexities and challenges
  • 50
  • A broader view of talent
  • 51
  • Redefining talent
  • 62
  • Leveraging talent across the business
  • A phoney war?
  • 68
  • Conclusion
  • 73
  • 4
  • Individual and the organisation
  • 75
  • Generation Y: separating fact from fiction
  • 76
  • What do 21st-century workers really want?
  • 82
  • 3
  • Implications: personalised career management
  • 98
  • Conclusion
  • 111
  • 5
  • Taking a culture-led approach
  • 112
  • Culture-led approaches in practice
  • 115
  • Making culture-led approaches work
  • Demand for more advanced skills
  • 117
  • Need for transparency
  • 122
  • Conclusion
  • 126
  • 6
  • Creating a talent ecosystem
  • 127
  • Career planning and intrapreneurs
  • 128
  • 8
  • Business incubation
  • 131
  • Linked-in internships
  • 134
  • Alumni and associates
  • 136
  • Conclusion
  • 139
  • 7
  • Playing the talent game
  • Quantity and quality of graduates
  • 141
  • Making the company grade
  • 143
  • Being opportunistic
  • 145
  • Developing a support network
  • 147
  • Job rotation and mobility
  • 149
  • MBA considerations
Control code
ocn853653195
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xii, 210 pages
Isbn
9781610393836
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
658.3 D496 ; XX-N ; es ; A13BP107.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 853653195
  • (Sirsi) 853653195
  • (OCoLC)853653195
Label
Managing talent : recruiting, retaining, and getting the most from talented people, Marion Devine and Michel Syrett
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 10
  • 150
  • Internships, secondments and sabbaticals
  • 152
  • Aiming for the top
  • 157
  • Conclusion
  • 161
  • 8
  • Planning for the future
  • 163
  • Demographic trends
  • Losers and winners in the battle
  • 163
  • Good intentions, deficient processes
  • 164
  • New priorities
  • 168
  • Individual perspective
  • 171
  • Not so strategically talented
  • 172
  • 11
  • A new model
  • 173
  • Changing direction
  • 177
  • New principles
  • 180
  • Talent management to the rescue?
  • 14
  • Well-established - but not well done
  • 18
  • Can "talent" still be managed?
  • 20
  • Conclusion: willing pawns?
  • 1
  • 23
  • 2
  • Devising and implementing a talent strategy
  • 24
  • Staying ahead or playing catch-up?
  • 25
  • Devising a talent strategy
  • 28
  • Measurement and evaluation, accountability and governance
  • 31
  • War for talent
  • Foundations of a talent strategy: buy, borrow, build
  • 33
  • Gaining sponsorship from the business
  • 41
  • Staying agile
  • 44
  • Conclusion
  • 45
  • 3
  • Managing the talent process
  • 1
  • 46
  • Processes and pipelines
  • 48
  • New complexities and challenges
  • 50
  • A broader view of talent
  • 51
  • Redefining talent
  • 62
  • Leveraging talent across the business
  • A phoney war?
  • 68
  • Conclusion
  • 73
  • 4
  • Individual and the organisation
  • 75
  • Generation Y: separating fact from fiction
  • 76
  • What do 21st-century workers really want?
  • 82
  • 3
  • Implications: personalised career management
  • 98
  • Conclusion
  • 111
  • 5
  • Taking a culture-led approach
  • 112
  • Culture-led approaches in practice
  • 115
  • Making culture-led approaches work
  • Demand for more advanced skills
  • 117
  • Need for transparency
  • 122
  • Conclusion
  • 126
  • 6
  • Creating a talent ecosystem
  • 127
  • Career planning and intrapreneurs
  • 128
  • 8
  • Business incubation
  • 131
  • Linked-in internships
  • 134
  • Alumni and associates
  • 136
  • Conclusion
  • 139
  • 7
  • Playing the talent game
  • Quantity and quality of graduates
  • 141
  • Making the company grade
  • 143
  • Being opportunistic
  • 145
  • Developing a support network
  • 147
  • Job rotation and mobility
  • 149
  • MBA considerations
Control code
ocn853653195
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xii, 210 pages
Isbn
9781610393836
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
658.3 D496 ; XX-N ; es ; A13BP107.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 853653195
  • (Sirsi) 853653195
  • (OCoLC)853653195

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