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26 Insights from the 2019 Talent Management Strategies Conference
“Great vision without great people is irrelevant.”

 Jim Collins, author, Good to Great

Innovative Solutions for a Super Competitive Market

Segments of the workforce will need to be retrained or reskilled in the future because of AI, digitization, and automation. However, most companies are not prepared for this. Therefore, the talent management function needs to be more strategic-oriented and future-focused. It needs to make time to talk about talent reviews, talent assessments, who’s a high potential, succession management, talent acquisition, new learning and development methods, talent mobility, career paths, and how digitalization will affect the workplace. It also needs to focus on how the talent strategy connects to the business strategy so that it can help the organization meet current and future goals.

When 117 practitioners and experts met to discuss talent management, we took notes. Here are the highlights:

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Sheri Rothman

Senior Writer
The Conference Board

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