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The Talent Management Evolution Matrix

Paul Turner
Published 2018 · Business

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The success of talent management in health sector organisations will come about by a combination of a talent strategy that is recognised by stakeholders as adding value, the operation of talent systems and processes that are efficiently delivered, and proof of value by ensuring that they are effectively measured and monitored. Precursors to these will be an understanding of a base case for talent management to answer the question of ‘Where are we now?’ and of objectives for talent management which answer the questions of ‘Where are we going?’ or ‘What are we looking to achieve?’ The talent management evolution matrix, based on conceptual acceptance and practical implementation, will help to develop understanding in both areas.
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