The Talent Wave

Un libro in lingua di David Clutterbuck edito da Kogan Page Ltd, 2012

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"While talent "pools" are associated with stagnation, and "leadership pipelines" with constriction and inflexible paths, a "wave" is pure energy."

Managing the succession of talent is a vital strategic process that minimizes leadership gaps. However, research now shows that 70% of succession plans fail within two years. Traditional succession planning is no longer a viable strategy. In this climate of lack of confidence in leadership potential, David Clutterbuck presents a new a process of dialogue between an organization and its employees. He introduces the idea of "the talent wave," noting that "talent" is dynamic, complex and energetic – and therefore it needs to be harnessed, not controlled. The process of developing talent is, then, a "wave" as opposed to a pool (static) or pipeline (linear).

In The Talent Wave, Clutterbuck offers a dynamic, flexible approach to succession planning. Challenging established tenets, Clutterbuck encourages solutions which align employee ambitions and business priorities to ensure an organization has the right leadership in place for ongoing success.

The book covers:
- Why and how so many of the HR tools and processes, such as nine-box grids and competency frameworks, don't deliver value
- How to make talent management and succession planning genuinely supportive of diversity objectives
- The critical conversations organizations and their talented employees need to have - and how to make them happen
- How to achieve more by controlling less

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