Reporting on talent management

There is a saying that goes „dress for the job you want, not for the one you have”. For HR specialists the version is „hire for the needs the organization will have, not for the needs it has now.” There has been this huge shift of paradigm where companies no longer look for the best qualified people but for the easiest qualifiable ones.

The business world is evolving at such a rapid pace that organizations need individuals who are adaptable, can think on their feet and learn whatever they need to efficiently. As a result, talent management has become a very important component of HR activity and there is a constant challenge to design and deploy the best programs.

Talent is a rather permissive term

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