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About the Book
A must-have textbook for students and budding HR professionals that provides insights on attracting, retaining and motivating talent in organizations for sustained competitive advantage.
This book provides the readers with a better understanding of devising talent strategies in an organization in contemporary times. From acquiring appropriate talent to the pipeline development for talent, motivating them in challenging times and retaining them—all the aspects of talent management have been covered in this resourceful collaboration.
Talent Management: A Contemporary Perspective adopts a modern approach to the traditional concepts and shows how companies can adapt to the evolving issues and bring more agility to the overall system to maximize their performances. The real-life cases contained therein provide better understanding of the decision-making process of firms, offering invaluable teaching--learning opportunities.
- A unique assortment of various dimensions of talent management contributed by eminent experts and academicians in the field
- Enriched with real-life case studies, industry insights and strong theoretical framework
- Comes with a plethora of robust and engaging pedagogical features to enrich classroom teaching--learning process
- Acts as a practical tool and guide for students of management as well as employers, recruiters and academicians
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