Nearly all companies practice some form of talent management as part of their overall human resource management function. For some it may be a loose policy supported by a few pieces of paper. For others it may be a fully integrated strategy executed via automated processes. Either way, the five pillars of talent management — talent acquisition, performance management, employee training and development (including elearning), succession planning, and compensation management — lie at the very heart of successful human resource management.
When it comes to talent management, do HR managers feel they’re doing a good job? As important, do their talent management strategies, practices, and performance metrics back up their opinions? In this white paper, which discusses our recent survey among HR managers at 600 enterprises with 500 or more employees, you’ll learn about the apparent disconnect between how HR managers view their enterprise’s overall Talent management maturity and the strategies, practices, and KPIs they use to support this critical component of human resource management.
In an apparent disconnect, many HR managers believe their organizations’ overall talent management maturity is top notch, but they admit they have work to do in order to bring supporting strategies, KPIs, and benchmarking up to par.
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If you’re involved in human resource management, you’ll want to learn about the seeming disconnect between how organizations view their overall talent management maturity and how they rate their supporting strategies and performance metrics.
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Talent Management 2011: Perceptions and Realities
Download our free 11-page report, “Talent Management 2011: Perceptions & Realities.” You’ll learn about the apparent disconnect between how HR managers view their enterprise’s overall Talent management maturity and the strategies, practices, and KPIs they use to support this critical component of human resource management.
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About This Report: Report data and conclusions are based on a survey conducted by the ADP Research Institute, a specialized group within ADP that provides insights for leaders in both the private and public sectors around issues of human capital management, employment trends and workforce strategy. See full report for details on research methodology.