Integrated Talent Management: A Lesson from McGraw-Hill

Brandon Hall

Integrated talent management is not a new phenomenon, yet companies still struggle to align disparate areas such as recruitment, performance, succession, compensation, and learning. Why is it so difficult for organizations to have fully integrated talent management processes and tools?

Which Employees Do We Need In The Future? Not Only The Masterminds

SuccessFactors

This holds true for the so-called early talents as well as for high-ranked leaders. So, of course, these do matter, but mainly as a “threshold” as entry-level requirements for management positions. Daniel Goleman incorporates almost three decades of research in his latest books and names four facets of EI to be highly relevant for the business world: Self-awareness, Self-management/-regulation, Empathy, and Social skill.

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The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

“Now, more than ever, the corporate strategy for large companies hinges on the people strategy.”. HR’s role is not simply to translate business strategy — but to drive it. But… people strategy today involves much tougher choices and tradeoffs.

Who Really Cares About Employer Branding?

China Gorman

In a recent report by Universum, a tactical view of how organizations are attracting talent and combating problems is given with some fresh insight. As Universum makes clear, we’ve known this for a while, so what are organizations doing to step up to issues relating to talent?