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Guidelines for Best Practice in Integrated Talent Management

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Some of the distinctive issues involved in implementing or refining a talent management strategy include careful alignment with the business strategy, reliable measurement, and, increasingly, the effective use of information technology (IT). The aim of this guide is to highlight a range of best practice principles and lessons learned in the implementation of talent management processes.


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