How Do You Know if Your Talent Management Strategy is Creating Value?
|October 07 2010|
Creating an effective talent strategy can only be accomplished by working as one talent management team.
Keeping up with the speed of business is no small task. Organizations today have constant and increasing pressures from shareholders, stock analysts, customers, and employees to execute better, faster, and cheaper, while continuing to increase value. The natural cycle of talent management creates an everchanging priority list coming from multiple directions for HR.
For an HR organization to adequately respond to the demands, it must address the entire talent lifecycle as a whole, even if the mission-critical process is a subset of that lifecycle.
Individual teams operating in silos, recruiting or learning and development, for example, will only be able to manage the transactions they are responsible for – and nothing more – creating a big gap in any truly successful talent management strategy.
Your Strategic Guide to Implementing a Solid Talent Management Strategy.
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About IHRIM (International Association for Human Resource Information Management)
Formed in 1980 from informal gatherings when HR and IT professionals found themselves needing mediators, IHRIM has become the world's leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry. Today, IHRIM is a community of experts – a dynamic group of practitioners, vendors, consultants, students, and faculty that continues to grow, not just in numbers, but in its scope of knowledge and information.
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