Creating the Culture and Framework for Talent Management
Successful companies understand that they can’t develop their talent in a vacuum. As executives like PepsiCo International’s Brian Chitester know all too well, the growth of the business very often depends on having the right kind of talent, with appropriate competencies and experience, in the organization. Recognizing the importance of their MVPs in growing the business, companies are increasingly treating talent management and leadership development as an integral part of their business strategy and planning. It cannot simply be left to the Human Resources department to come up with some specialized training programs: such a practice will be doomed to failure. Talent management ...

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