Monthly Archives: February 2012

Talent Management: Responding to Visible Expressions of Uncertainty & Risk

In yesterday’s Post I laid out the typical sources for TM (Talent Management) U&R (Uncertainty and Risk). Today, I will elaborate in greater detail how to approach anticipating and responding to these threatening events. First let’s explore dealing with uncertainty. … Continue reading

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Talent Management: Visible Expressions of Uncertainty & Risk

How do we anticipate the sources of uncertainty and risk (U&R) when we do talent management (TM) work? this post explores ┬áthis topic and provides a conceptual framework for developing a talent strategy specific check sheet. We can begin by … Continue reading

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Talent Management: So you want to be more innovative? What might it take?

So you (the executive) have determined that it is critical to become more innovative and creative in your organization! How are you going to accomplish this, assuming you are serious? Jonah Lehrer wrote an interesting article in 30 January 2012 … Continue reading

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Decision Making: Using the environmental context to help choose

A recent article in the National Post (Long Term View Pays Off, by Jonathon Ratner, page C6, 1 February, 2012) Makes an interesting ┬áproposition on how to handle uncertainty when making important strategic decisions. Ratner discusses how Daniel Goodman and … Continue reading

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