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Make Your People Before You Make Your Products - Using Talent Management To Achieve Competitive Advantage In Global Orga (Cód: 9236230)

Turner,Paul; Kalman,Danny

John Wiley & Sons

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Your people hold the key to your business success 'Make Your People Before You Make Your Products' is an authoritative guide to the evolution of talent management. Written specifically for HR professionals this book describes how organizations can gain a global competitive edge through better management of talent resources. With a practice-based philosophy, readers will learn more effective talent management strategies for a complex market in which people are often the only competitive advantage. Inclusivity is emphasized, and discussion centres on innovative, dynamic, fluid approaches to talent acquisition, development, and retention. In today's market environment, talent has moved from audience to community while leadership has shifted from control to empowerment. Traditional, linear approaches to talent management are falling short, and directing resources solely to senior management and HIPOs is no longer a valid strategy. This book provides practical guidance on more modern approaches, helping organizations to: Attract and retain the best talent by expanding talent resource management Augment traditional management methods with more dynamic techniques Develop a talent strategy that recognizes the new diversity of supply and demand Consider the evolving roles of talent and leadership in a global context Contextual changes in workplace dynamics necessitate an updated approach for keeping the best people on board and using them to their utmost potential. Talent management is a driving force behind an organization's success, affecting outcomes by every major metric - if the strategy becomes stale, success is no longer sustainable. 'Make Your People Before You Make Your Products' is guide toward developing an organization's greatest asset. 'The world of management is full of fads whether it is TQM, business process reengineering, six sigma, employee engagement or in this case talent management. Loads of people have jumped on the talent bandwagon but the majority of this is a rehashing of the same old same old. Paul Turner and Danny Kalman have brought some refreshing challenges to the field. They challenge us to look at talent management not as a concept in itself, a solution looking for a problem, but as a response to changes in the external context (the scarcity of many key technical skills, the changing expectations of different generations, globalization, the creation of transparency through technology, etc) and more importantly in the internal context of each specific organization. They challenge us to ask what question talent is the answer to. They challenge us to integrate talent into the strategy process and how we think about value creation and the future of our organizations, owned by the CEO not as a standalone HR activity. Unlike many academic studies the book not only looks at the problem as a theory but also provides practical examples of how leading organizations across the world are addressing these challenges.' --Professor Nick Holley, Director of the Centre for HR Excellence at Henley Business School 'Clearly, human resources drive business success. However, most firms struggle to translate this principle into real performance improvement. All leaders will gain from this practical guide for managing talent strategically in global and changing contexts to foster sustained competitive advantage.' --Professor Kulwant Singh, National University of Singapore Business School Praise for MAKE YOUR PEOPLE BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR PRODUCTS 'We are without doubt in an increasingly challenging environment of skills and talent shortfalls. Recruiting, developing, engaging, and retaining people or seeking out alternative ways to access skills and capabilities must be seen as a critical strategic agenda for any business. This is the challenge and the agenda which this book seeks to highlight and to address, with a great mix of theory and case studies to guide and to define our way forwards.' --Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, CIPD 'Building on real-world practice and learning, this book provides unique insights on how your firm can achieve a global competitive advantage in the 'war for talents'. The 'inclusive/selective' approach and the 'Sunao' mind suggested by the authors, together with their tips on how to build and grow a skilled, engaged and motivated workforce make it a must-read book for any executive who cares about attracting, growing and retaining the best possible talents in a fast-changing competitive environment.' --Dr Dominique Turpin, President of IMD, The Nestle Professor 'The founder of Panasonic, Konosuke Matsushita (KM), was quoted as saying 'a business is people' and went on to say 'a company must first learn to produce people before it can produce good products and fulfil its mission'. I am delighted that the authors have selected some words from the writings of KM for the title of their book. This book will help talent professionals to become more globally minded in the design and implementation of their talent management policies.' --Yukio Shohtoku, Formerly Executive Vice-President in charge of overseas trade and investments, Panasonic Corporation

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Marca John Wiley & Sons
Cód. Barras 9781118899588
Altura 23.60 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781118899588
Profundidade 2.50 cm
Referência 028913103
Acabamento Capa dura
Número da edição 1
Ano da edição 2014
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 320
Peso 0.59 Kg
Largura 16.00 cm
AutorTurner,Paul; Kalman,Danny

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