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Handbook of Human Resource Development by Neal F. Chalofsky

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Talent Management as a Strategically Aligned practice

Wendy E. A. Ruom

The University of Georgia

This chapter forwards a taxonomy to help untangle the “knot” that seems to have emerged in modern talent management (TM) practice and literature so that HRD scholars and practitioners can most effectively align (at least some of) their work with TM processes in organizations. Specifically, I offer a way of understanding TM as a set of inter-related approaches all designed to accomplish the overarching goal of strategically managing and developing talent. Each approach requires a robust strategy and architecture—of which HRD is a critical part. Implications ...

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