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Developing executive talent best practices from global leaders

Smilansky, Jonathan.

Chichester, England : Wiley ; San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass c2006

Available at Central Connecticut State University  Stack Level 4  (HD30.4 S646 2006 )()

  • Title:
    Developing executive talent best practices from global leaders
  • Author/Creator: Smilansky, Jonathan.
  • Publisher: Chichester, England : Wiley ; San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass
  • Creation Date: c2006
  • Language: English
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (333 p.).
  • Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-300) and index.
  • Subjects: Executives -- Training of; Executive ability; Leadership
  • Description: The systematic management of executive talent is a key strategic challenge for most large corporations. This is an emerging field and, consequently, there is a lack of consensus about what is involved and a variety of approaches have been adopted. In Developing Executive Talent Jonathan Smilansky, Ph.D. summarises the key activities and concerns of large businesses in the USA and Europe that are focused around the identification, development and effective utilisation of executive talent. In doing so, he provides even the most experienced Human Resource executive with a much broader arra
  • Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-300) and index.
  • Contents: Cover; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 1: WHAT IS THIS BOOK ABOUT?; CHAPTER 2: THE IMPORTANCE OF TALENT MANAGEMENT FOR LONG-TERM BUSINESS SUCCESS; CHAPTER 3: AN OVERVIEW OF TALENT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES; CHAPTER 4: USING STRATEGIC BUSINESS OBJECTIVES TO DRIVE TALENT MANAGEMENT EFFORTS; CHAPTER 5: TALENT MANAGEMENT IN CRITICAL JOBS; CHAPTER 6: MANAGING SUCCESSION; CHAPTER 7: TALENT SCOUTING IN THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT; CHAPTER 8: SYSTEMATIC PROCESSES FOR IDENTIFYING FUTURE EXECUTIVE TALENT AND ASSESSING POTENTIAL; CHAPTER 9: CAREER PATHS; CHAPTER 10: DEVELOPING EXECUTIVE CAPABILITY
    CHAPTER 11: BREAKING DOWN SILOS THAT ARE BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE TALENT MANAGEMENTCHAPTER 12: TALENT MANAGEMENT AND DIVERSITY; CHAPTER 13: EMPLOYER BRANDING AND TALENT MANAGEMENT; CHAPTER 14: INTEGRATING TALENT MANAGEMENT WITH OTHER HUMAN RESOURCE PROCESSES; CHAPTER 15: HOW ABOUT EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMERS?; CHAPTER 16: BUILDING SUPPORT AT THE TOP; CHAPTER 17: HOW DO I MANAGE MY OWN CAREER?; CHAPTER 18: CONCLUSION; APPENDIX 1; APPENDIX 2; APPENDIX 3: A RECOMMENDED APPROACH TO TALENT MANAGEMENT AND SUCCESSION PLANNING; INDEX
  • OCLC Number: 269373221
    71173798
  • Identifier: ISBN1-119-20237-X;ISBN1-280-74007-8;ISBN9786610740079;ISBN0-470-06088-3