1Why Human Talents Management ?View that people are resources is long out dated The prevailing view of people is one roote...
2nuances in new business ideas or revolutionize markets through a new product offering. It is silly to saythis, but necess...
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Why Humnatalents management ?

  1. 1. 1Why Human Talents Management ?View that people are resources is long out dated The prevailing view of people is one rooted in finances.Resources – money, stocks and other assets – are finite and have an expiration date. People’s capabilitiesand ideas, however, are infinite. And by the prevailing use of the term resources in business, people arenot resources.As human beings, we can draw on an infinite amount of possibilities, ideas and apply them through ouralways-unfolding experiences learned from life. We use our intellect, our collaborative natures to tease out
  2. 2. 2nuances in new business ideas or revolutionize markets through a new product offering. It is silly to saythis, but necessary for the point, but money, stocks or other finite assets cannot revolutionize markets.People revolutionize markets. Assets are merely a means to such an end. Money without people isuseless.The viewpoint that believes people are a means to an end has run its course. We are seeing employeesrefusing to play by the tired rules from the previous century. They are leaving jobs to start their own work.They are leaving companies that treat them as a finite asset in hopes of finding someplace where they arevalued.Sure CEOs and their counterparts are slow to acknowledge this. Too many are chasing finite resources forshort-term gain. We will, however, see alarmed faces and panicked actions from decision makers whenthey cannot get the talent they want because of arcane policies that treat people as finite resources.The organizations who want to tap into the infinite possibilities that exist between each of our two ears willfind a more willing collaborator in employees.The nuance in such a change is that a relationship exists between manager and employee unlike what isfamiliar and broken today: boss tells employee what to do; employee complies. Or worse, employee sharesideas and manager takes credit or smothers ideas.People are not resources. People are who turn resources into more resources. It is people who transformmarkets or turn businesses into sensations. People are not a means to an end. That is merely short-termedthinking that has soured capitalism, poisoned too many corporate cultures, and lured decision-makers intoabandoning their humanity and ethics for the promise of riches.My book titled “Humantalents Management was published in the year 2000,which suggested the replacement of theterm human resource management with “human talents management

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