Talent Development Case Study

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1.6 Objectives In the current situation cutthroat competition, every organization has to survive in order to meet the company by providing products and services. Organization training was conducted with the aim to learn some basic and commercial aspects and operations of the company. The aim of this study involves the following: i. To analyse the whole process of Talent Development ii. To acquaint the need of Talent Development iii. The study of the accuracy and quality of work of employees with the procedure Talent Development iv. Give some suggestion possible improvement in Talent Development process 1.7 Significance of the Research The results of this study will improve the understanding of the importance of a strategy to implement the…show more content…
The reality of such a study can be judged by the concept of validity and reliability. The validity of this study is high because that gives us an in-depth interview with a deep understanding of the realities of the interviewed. With semi-structured interviews we were able to get a complete picture, which will provide us with greater information content of. For example sent a questionnaire through the e-mail by researcher which using this method, we do not know whether respondents are telling the truth because they may not want to reveal anything that affects…show more content…
Furthermore the study was delimitated in knowledge-based companies in the structure of production and supply chains. Delimitated online research perspective leaders and HR managers will work with talent management practices within the organization. Term talent management strategy delimitated research, as broad term perspective. This thesis leaves the issue of employer branding and diversity and inclusion, for the case study company seems to have a good employer brand, and because the diversity is the main area of study. There is a field called talent management to global talent management, which addresses the needs of companies that are active in some parts of the world, including emerging markets. This area is not covered in this essay because we believe that our model can be applied to all parts of the world. A study of global talent management will also require more in-depth study of the cultural differences between workers and the
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