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Helen Handfield Jones and Beth Axelrod argue that winning the war for leadership talent is about much than frenzied recruiting tactics It's about the timeless principles of attracting developing and retaining highly talented managers applied in bold new ways And it's about recognizing the strategic importance of human capital because of the enormous value that better talent createsFortified by five years of in depth research on how companies manage leadership talent including surveys of executives at than companies and case studies of leading companies the authors propose a fundamentally new approach to talent management They describe how to create a winning EVP employee value proposition that will make your company uniuely attractive to talent; move beyond re.

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The War for Talent[Download] The War for Talent By Edward G. Michaels III Connecfloor.co.uk In 1997 a groundbreaking McKinsey study exposed the war for talent as a strategic business challenge and a critical driver of corporate performance Then when the dot com bubble burst and the economy c In a groundbreaking McKinsey study exposed The War for Talent as a strategic business challenge and a critical driver of corporate performance Then when the dot com bubble burst and the economy cooled many assumed The War for Talent was over It's not Now the authors of the original study reveal that because of enduring economic and social forces The War for Talent will persist for The War PDF/EPUB ² the next two decades McKinsey Company consultants Ed Michaels.

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characters Ë The War for Talent Ë [Download] ➸ The War for Talent By Edward G. Michaels III – Connecfloor.co.uk In 1997 a groundbreaking McKinsey study exposed the war for talent as a strategic business challenge and a critical driver of corporate performance Then when the dot com bubble burst and the economy c In a groundbreaking McKCruiting hype to build a long term recruiting strategy; use job experiences coaching and mentoring to cultivate the potential in managers; and strengthen your talent pool by investing in A players developing B players and acting decisively on C playersCentral to this approach is a pervasive talent mindset a deep conviction shared by leaders throughout the company that competitive advantage comes from having better talent at all levels Using practical examples from companies such as GE The Home Depot PerkinElmer Amgen and Enron the authors outline five imperatives that every leader from CEO to unit manager must act on to build a stronger talent pool Written by recognized authorities on the topic this is the definitive strategic guide on how to win The War for Talen.

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  • Olga

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  • Roe

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  • Anthony Deluca

    characters Ë The War for Talent The War for TalentThe War For TalentEd Michaels Helen Handfield Jones Beth AxelrodCopyright 2001Reviewed October 2006The War for Talent was written mainly for high level executives in medium to large corporations It’s main focus is how to attract hire and retain good managers as well as how to deal with underperforming managers The concepts applied to the attraction selections and retention of managers can be applied to non managers as well There are a few points in the book where it briefly talks about applying these concepts to non managers and in the end even to a boys’ preparatory schoolThe authors break managers down into 3 levels A performers B performers and C performers Criteria and method to handle this classification is included A very radical set of actions is suggested for how to reward and retain the A performers This includes very large salaries and generous benefits not just the top range of some salary scale It is suggested that the B performers a


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  • James Pearce

    characters Ë The War for Talent The War for TalentThis is a great book Very readableaccessible Great insights into the importance of high uality talent management Covers everything from hiring to development to engagement to candid reviews and employee differentiation It's a bit dated but still has very sound concepts that are applicable in any market environment


  • Alan Williams

    characters Ë The War for Talent The War for TalentBook easily confirms the importance of talent but lacks substance and actionable advice on how to obtain and keep it Talent acuisition engagement and top performers are all key to business success but the book offers little in terms of how to do the aforementioned


  • Jaclyn

    characters Ë The War for Talent The War for TalentSlightly older research but still ridiculously relevant I need everyone in my org to read this right now Great data cases and convincing rhetoric about why it matters to have a talent mindset


  • Hector Maldonado Maldonado

    characters Ë The War for Talent The War for TalentDe los primeros libros de negocios ue me fascinó Ideas de como retener al talento