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Conditions for developing a successful Talent Management Strategy

Abstract : The literature on Talent Management (TM) presupposes an exclusive alignment of TM with the organization's strategy, and the ability of any organization to engage a TM strategy. This article examines these principles by exploring the organizational contingency factors involved in the process of creation / development of TM strategy. We carried out a one-year Action-Research with the business leaders of a French medium-sized company (3 000 employees). We propose a complementary analytical framework to the decision model of Talentship which is focused on a prerequisite diagnosis on organizational capacities in TM strategy implementation.
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Mickaël Naulleau. Conditions for developing a successful Talent Management Strategy. 4th Workshop on Talent Management, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), Sep 2015, Valencia, Spain. ⟨hal-01221228⟩



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