The Seven Deadly Sins of Talent Management Instructions: This briefing material is based upon an article by the same title published by the Human Capital Institute; circa November, 2009. In its present form the best use is to brief a leadership team about the issue of talent and talent management. It provides a forum for a team to address some of the issues in talent management. Link to full article: http://www.humancapitalinstitute.org/hci/external.guid?_articleID=90375&_sponsorID=164&_forwarder=tracks_talent_management_execution Before you begin make enough copies of Slide 12 (Sin Rating Scale) for each participant .As you start suggest that the participants assess their organization against the Sin Rating Scale. This allows you to make your points at the same time have some fun with the participants. The last slide lists a number of solutions for the ‘sins’. By: Patrick R. Dailey, Ph.D. Charles H. Bishop, Jr., Ph.D.
Plans are not tracked for on-time, on-target results
Retrospective reviews are praised; proactive plans are not advanced
SIN SCALE Yeah Guilty 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Guilty Often We’re Changing Guilty Infrequently Not Part of our DNA Tolerating Protectionism Loose Accountability Failure to Invent Settling for “Good Enough” Inept Assessment Playing it Safe Creating Credenza Ware