Monthly Archives: September 2010

Talent Management: The Benefits(sic) of Strategy Limiting Access

Most TM approaches and descriptions focus are employee centric. I view employee oriented strategies as a legitimate source of talent access, but only one of several. I argue that current TM descriptions and approaches when used, limit organizations to a … Continue reading

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Talent Management: Uncertainty Implications

In an earlier BLOG Post, I noted the following insight I grew to appreciate: We should not just talk about risk, we should incorporate the notion of uncertainty too. More situations that (or we care about) impact us are better … Continue reading

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Talent Management Issues: “Source of the Nile”

This BLOG posting will outline my perspectives on the place to begin when dealing with TM issues. As a principle, I view talent management (TM) issues as a symptom or consequence of a cause. And like a headache, treating the … Continue reading

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An Organizational Development Centric View of Uncertainty & Risk

Risk is the big ¬†word these days in the news, literature and even in Organizational Development (OD) work. Anyone who has gone through a recent strategic planning like process will have been involved with a ¬†discussion on risk. However, I … Continue reading

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Talent Management is more than getting and keeping great employees

For those who are interested effective Talent Management (TM) I wonder if you are frustrated with the ineffective singular focus on employee centric solutions. By this I mean that the secret to successful TM is to be a great employer. … Continue reading

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