A quicker and more cost effective route to the high performance organisation
By Colin Coulson-Thomas
Many talent management programmes are unaffordable and destined to fail.
Talented people can be costly to recruit and difficult to manage and retain.
Fortunes are spent on expensive people who are not engaged, effectively used, or properly supported.
This report sets out a practical and affordable route to building high performance organisations and quickly achieving multiple objectives. The approach it recommends can avoid traditional trade-offs and will benefit people and organisations.
A feature of the report is its mini-case studies, which provide examples of applications of the recommended approach within the report.
Each mini-case illustrates a successful response to a generic challenge facing organisations. For each organisation the mini-case study briefly presents the problem addressed, what was done, results achieved and subsequent situation, what made difference and main learning points.
Case studies include:
- Cisco Systems
- Friends Provident
- Technology Strategy Board
- The Alliance GP Cluster
Published by Policy Publications in association with Adaptation
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1 Talent Management and the High Performance Organisation
2 Underpinning Research and Experience
3 Addressing Fundamental Challenges
4 Innovation, and Launching and Selling New Products
5 Building and Supporting High Performance Communities
6 24/7 Learning and Development
7 Transforming Public Services
8 Purchasing and Informed Decision Making
9 Implementing Corporate Policies and Strategies
10 Corporate Communications
11 Addressing Special Situations
12 Adopting and Implementing Performance Support
13 Embracing a More Balanced Approach