Video descriptionCreating a culture of innovation starts with talent, and in Asia, the war for talent is intense. In a recent global survey of HBR readers, executives in Asia cited talent retention and attraction as the number three risk that keeps them up at night _ just after natural disasters and economic upheaval. This webinar discusses how talent capital management is increasing becoming an important factor for companies when it comes to generating successful innovations, and how talent is a source of innovative ability and competitive advantage for multinational companies.
Table of contents
- Title: Does Asia have the talent to lead innovation in the 21st century?
- Release date: June 2012
- Publisher(s): Harvard Business Review
- ISBN: None
You might also like
Making Things Happen (Audio Book)
In the updated edition of this critically acclaimed and bestselling book, Microsoft project veteran Scott Berkun …
Stephens' Visual Basic® Programming 24-Hour Trainer
Unique book-and-DVD package for novice Visual Basic programmers Start from scratch, and even if you don?t …
Learning Data Structures and Algorithms
In this Learning Data Structures and Algorithms video training course, Rod Stephens will teach you how …
Content Marketing on The Web: Web Writing for Blogs, Business Sites, Sales Letters, and More
Discover how to write for the web: either for your own brand or as a service …