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From the experts at The Economist—your total guide to finding, recruiting, managing, and retaining the best
This book from the experts at The Economist arms executives and business owners with the knowledge and skills they need to successfully navigate the rough terrain of post-crisis talent management. Talent management was ranked as the top priority by respondents to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, with more than 80 percent of them stating that they planned to change their talent management strategy over the upcoming year. Drawing upon the latest research into global best practices for recruiting, retaining, and profiting from every company's most valuable asset, this book is a vital resource for executives, upper-level managers, and entrepreneurs.
- A global survey of 9,000 executives by McKinsey & Co, revealed that talent supply is now the most significant management challenge, with the high cost involved being a constraint on growth
- Numerous case studies illustrate new approaches to managing and profiting from their talent now being implemented at top firms, internationally
- Shows how to create a reliable talent pipeline to help you ensure that your business is led by exceptional people, and that you retain the high-caliber expertise needed to remain competitive