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Performance-driven Learning: Putting the Horse before the Cart to Lead Organizational Growth - Talent Management

Source: SumTotal Systems
Automating employee development based on performance objectives with integrated talent management technology. Organizations are turning to talent management suites to link strategic functions such as goal alignment, performance management, competencies, compensation, development, and succession planning.


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