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Talent Management
Contributor: IQPC Exchange
Posted: 07/11/2016
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What are the biggest priorities for Talent Management leaders right now? Find out from an infographic that showcases responses to a survey given to 35 senior-level (director and above) talent management executives. Full Article »
Contributor: Katherine Mehr
Posted: 10/14/2012
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According to Brian Beckstein, VP of Leadership Development for Bank of America, organizations who have a leadership development program contribute approximately 20-30% to their organizations' profits. He states, leadership development starts at the top of an organization. Identifying what your organization wants to build as a culture and what to Full Podcast »
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: 05/31/2016
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Yes, Drucker claimed that any business, and I would add any non-profit too, had only two primary functions: marketing and innovation. Let’s be honest. Many, perhaps all of our innovations come from flashes of sudden inspiration. I seem to get an enormous number of such flashes on awaking in the morning, which tells me that my mind has been hard at work all night while I slept. Entrepreneur Joe Cossman was an unbelievably productive innovator who thought of so many new product innovations that it was a miracle that he found the time and resources to pursue even a small percentage. But somehow he exploited enough to become extremely wealthy, mainly like Drucker, working basically alone as a “one-man band.” Most of these were successful and probably made him a million dollars or more every time he introduced one. A few failed, but there was no question but that his batting average, as well as his productivity, were both excellent. The Cossman Ant Farm was one of his most successful and best known efforts. Full Column »
Posted: 04/15/2014
Where Will You Find the Talent You Need to Grow Your Operations in Southeast Asia?
In recognition of the fact that a strong pool of skilled, multi-lingual graduates will drive its economy forward, Malaysia has been investing heavily in its tertiary education. Today, the country’s universities and colleges produce about 180,000 new graduates each year. The country is also host to more than 90,000 international students from 100 different countries – a number it estimates will double by 2020. For organizations with ambitious growth strategies, the talent they need to drive their expansion will be readily available – if they know where to look. Full Whitepaper »