Client Stories | October 17, 2019
How you attract, retain and motivate your top people will shape the future of your organization. Our team can help make sure you're making the right moves toward success.
You shouldn't take any chances when it comes to developing and putting in place the systems that foster new talent for your organization. Whether it's coming up with the proper incentives to bring in fresh new talent or creating the space to let your star people grow into new roles, you'll want help—the kind we've been giving clients for decades.
Finding the right talent requires a set of integrated talent management standards and processes. Many organization’s talent management programs are not in alignment or are not well executed to truly produce better talent. There are three key factors to building organization capability:
Integrated talent management supports organization capability by aligning processes and decisions with key talent segments. We can help you develop an integrated talent management system that will enable your organization to:
Here’s an example of how one client took advantage of our talent planning expertise to help them succeed.
The R&D function of this leading pharmaceutical company was forced to rethink the way it developed the talent required to implement its re-engineered drug development process due to competitive pressures to increase speed to market (as well as revolutionary changes in technology).
The company implemented a strategic approach to building talent to ensure that the business had the right people with the right skills at the right time based on current and anticipated future business needs. The strategic development approach included the following components:
The strategic talent development process has enabled this organization to take proactive steps to ensure that it has the talent needed to drive research and development.
Senior management now has the means to identify and implement actions that ensure it has the right quantity, type and quality of talent. Feedback from employees indicates improved understanding of performance and development expectations as well as the actions required to deliver on these expectations.
This page is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, tax or investment advice. You are encouraged to discuss the issues raised here with your legal, tax and other advisors before determining how the issues apply to your specific situations.
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