Talent Economics

Un libro in lingua di Gyan Nagpal edito da Kogan Page Ltd, 2013

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The employee is evolving, and the very concept of employment must evolve to keep pace. Most businesses are still trying to manage a 21st century workforce with 20th century management.

In Talent Economics, Organizational Development professional Gyan Nagpal seeks to bring workforce analysis, management practice and strategy together. He argues that the global marketplace needs to stop viewing the competition for talent as a problem that needs a solution. He compares this way of looking at talent to the example of a gorilla that has grown too big for its cage - leaders everywhere are looking to fix the gorilla, not the cage.

Nagpal decodes what it takes to attract, retain and develop today's employee, highlighting new approaches to manage a more aware, assertive and mobile workforce. He offers an understanding of the macro talent realities of supply and demand within a country's labor force and the micro talent trends which help us understand how the 21st century employment relationship is changing.

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