Smart Talent Management: Building Knowledge Assets for Competitive Advantage

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Vlad Vaiman, Charles Vance
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Business & Economics - 286 pages
. . . the editors have done a good job of bringing together a series of contributions which provide a useful and welcome expansion of the theoretical foundations of talent management through a knowledge management lens. David Collings, Personnel Review Th
 

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Contents

on the powerful amalgamation of talent management and knowledge management
1
PART 1 HR planning and staffing
17
2 Critical considerations of talent management and knowledge management for effective HR planning
19
3 Talent staffing systems for effective knowledge management
33
4 Attracting and retaining Generation Y knowledge worker talent
66
PART 2 Training and coaching
91
5 The role of social networks in managing organizational talent knowledge and employee learning
93
6 The power of career counseling for enhanced talent and knowledge management
119
PART 3 Performance management
159
8 Reward and recognition concepts that support talent and knowledge management initiatives
161
the case for a congruent relationship
176
PART 4 Organizational learning and development
193
10 Talent management and the global learning organization
195
bridging the link between talent management and knowledge management
217
12 Certifying knowledge and skills is critical for talent management
234
Index
263

7 Accelerated development of organizational talent
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