Chapter 49Developing Talent Management Information Systems

Craig M. Berger, Director of EducationSociety for Environmental and Graphic Design

TALENT MANAGEMENT IS BY ITS NATURE A DATA- AND METRIC-DRIVEN DISCIPLINE. IT IS also a discipline that relies on data from a variety of sources and an understanding of how corporate hierarchies process and utilize employee information. Developing an information strategy comes from an understanding of not only what results are desired but also the required corporate culture to support the system successfully.

Factors for Developing Talent Management Information Systems

A number of factors must be taken into account when developing a talent management information system. These organization and outcome factors ...

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