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Buch, Englisch, 253 Seiten, Format (B × H): 170 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 486 g


Rethinking Talent Decisions

A Tale of Complexity, Technology and Subjectivity

Buch, Englisch, 253 Seiten, Format (B × H): 170 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 486 g

ISBN: 978-3-11-075626-5
Verlag: De Gruyter

Talent management is a linchpin of organisational triumph in our dynamic and swiftly evolving business world. As a key decision-maker, your capacity to craft astute talent decisions holds the potential to transcend your company from mere mediocrity to unparalleled excellence. However, brace yourself for a revelation: Many of your long-held convictions about talent may be profoundly flawed. What if we shared a secret that could revolutionise your perspective? What if the gateway to unleashing your team’s boundless talents resides within your thoughts and judgments? Imagine the possibilities if you could harness exponential outcomes by elevating the calibre of your decision-making. In ReThinking Talent Decisions, Sharna Wiblen, PhD, presents an uncomfortable truth: Talent decisions are always subjective. Drawing on examples from business, sports, movies and everyday interactions, Sharna emphasises the importance of understanding complexity and encourages deliberate, intentional, and informed decisions and conversations around talent. This indispensable guide will give you insight into: - The Power of Personal Judgment: Learn how your own perspectives shape the today and the future of work.
- The Complexity of Talent Decisions: Recognise the critical need for key decision-makers to collectively define talent in your unique context.
- The Human Element: Understand how harnessing your mind can propel you, your team, and your organisation to new heights.
- Perceptions and Values: Learn how aligning perceptions and values can revolutionise your approach.
- A New Paradigm: Realise that talent management is a judgment-oriented endeavour.
- Navigating the Intersection of Talent and Technology: Delve into the world of technology systems and understand how they bolster and shape talent decisions in today’s digital age.
ReThinking Talent Decisions is your secret weapon for achieving unparalleled success in the ever-competitive corporate arena. Whether you’re a seasoned executive or a rising star, the wisdom within these pages will empower you to master the art and science of talent decisions.
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Dr. Sharna Wiblen, PhD, is a multifaceted professional with extensive experience bridging academia and industry. As an author, award-winning executive educator, and research scientist, she specialises in talent management, digitalisation, organisational effectiveness, and the future of work. Currently holding positions as an Affiliate Senior Research Scientist at the Centre for Effective Organizations within USC's Marshall School of Business in the USA, an Assistant Professor at Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong in Australia, and a Research Fellow with Leeds Business School in the UK, Sharna's influence extends across continents. As an Enterprise Effectiveness Network (EEN) co-leader, Sharna facilitates collaborations, fosters knowledge exchange, and aids organisations in addressing talent, digitalisation and strategy execution challenges. Her work continues to shape conversations, influence practices, and inspire decision-makers to embrace deliberate, intentional, and informed decisions and actions in the context of evolving workplaces and technological advancements, all while recognising the enduring power of humans and human decision-making. Sharna is also an accomplished author, publishing in highly ranked peer-reviewed journals and books. She also imparts her expertise in executive education, sharing her knowledge and passion for responsible talent management.

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