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  • 1. Talent Management By Divakar Badola 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 2. OVERVIEW
    • Defining talent
    • Talent management ( TM )
    • Talent management lifecycle
    • Talent development system
    • Components of TM
    • Strategies for TM
    • Conclusion
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  • 3. “ Take twenty of our best people away, and I can tell you that Microsoft would become an unimportant company” - Bill Gates 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 4. GENERIC DEFINITION OF TALENT
    • A special natural ability ( or aptitude) for a given thing Oxford Dictionary
    TALENT Identifiable Definable Quantifiable Attainable Verifiable 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 5. Talent management
    • TM implies recognizing a person’s inherent skills , traits , personality and offering him a matching job
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  • 6. Talent lifecycle “ If management makes things happen, talent makes it possible” 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 7. Talent development system 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 8. Recruitment Strategies Organization M & C Defining competencies Compensation And benefits Opportunities for Career growth Retention Strategies Internal Communications PMS Manager assessment Leadership Review Process Support for L & D TM Metrics HR objectives Business Objectives Components of Talent management 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 9.
    • Superior Talents are the primary source of Competitive advantage …..
    • …… . Talent Management holds the Key to business Success
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  • 10. STRATEGIES FOR TALENT MANAGEMENT Defining talent Identifying talent Recruiting talent Training talent Retaining talent Developing talent Retiring talent 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 11. VOI 2 C 2 E for talent retention
    • Vision -provide employees with a compelling Vision
    • Opportunity -Give employees opportunity to grow in the organization & learn new skills
    • Incentive -Reward good performance
    • Impact -Give employees the opportunity to do meaningful and challenging work
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  • 12. VOI 2 C 2 E for talent retention
    • Communication -Build culture that allows free flow of communication both vertically and laterally.
    • Community -Inculcate sense of belonging among employees( spread organizational pride)
    • Entrepreneurshi p- Provide sufficient organizational space for employees to learn and grow.
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  • 13. People processes & practices impact organizational capability to attract and energize Talent. 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 14. HR challenge
    • Developing top performers in a neutral environment – without discouraging rest of the employees- is a big challenge for the HR folks in a highly competitive business environment, where growing organizations are fighting it out to retain and induct talents.
    12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 15.
    • “ Get the Right people on the bus first and then figure out where to drive it”.
    • Jim Collins
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  • 16. Conclusion
    • Key to success would be to formulate an unconventional  strategy , that will change the landscape of their organizations with respect to talent grooming
    • Talent wins market battles.
    12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School
  • 17. Thank You 12/12/11 Ratan Global Business School

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