Chapter 45New Tools for Talent Management: The Age of Analytics

Haig R. Nalbantian, Senior Partner and Director of GlobalResearch and CommercializationJason Jeffay, Partner and Global Talent Management LeaderHuman Capital business, Mercer

ALMOST EVERYONE AGREES ON THE IMPORTANCE OF TALENT AS A CRUCIAL ASSET TO BE managed in today’s globally competitive business environment, but effectively managing talent has become a more strategic, less intuitive pursuit than in the past. A successful talent strategy needs to be multifaceted, aligned with business goals, prompted not by “gut” managerial attitudes and decision making but by fact-based decisions that reflect the hard realities of what drives critical business and workforce outcomes. And more ...

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