Tag Archives for " talent management "
Talent management is about to become significantly more ‘interesting’. As we enter the 2020s a wide range of issues have combined to create a volatile, uncertain, ever shifting and complex environment within which organisations have to operate. For example: Economic volatility and uncertainty Political change and upset Technological transformation and the rise of automation, AI […]Read more
In this month’s edition of The Oxford Review – Research Briefings about: What does ‘Evidence-Based practice readiness’ really mean and what predicts it? What are the best project management practices for ERP (enterprise resource planning) system projects? The problem of knowledge hiding in organisations: what causes it? The key role of wishful thinking in professional […]Read more
In this Month’s Oxford Review: Does being clear about your own emotions help you to have greater empathy? Why talent management and industrial–organisational (I-O) psychology has a big problem Lean is harder to implement and the results worse than people usually expect at first What does engagement really mean? The impact of organisational values and […]Read more
Keywords: talent management, learning and development, industrial-organisational psychology, I-O, evidence-based practice Talent management, learning and development practitioners and I-O psychologists play important and central roles within organisations these days. They are particularly influential across a range of issues in organisations, such as: choosing high-potential talent talent assessment and selection learning and development curricula and practices […]Read more
Keywords: talent, talent management, employee retention, human resources, human resource management, management A key role of management at all levels of an organization is to provide an environment whereby talented staff stays within the organization, rather than looking for more attractive opportunities elsewhere. Churn, or turnover of key talented staff, is considered to be a […]Read more