Integration & future of Talent Management4th March 2021
- Typically, labor accounts for about 65 % of every business in any industry. The percentage is more for labor intensive businesses for example those in manufacturing.
- The performance difference between talented and lesser talented employees is huge.
- Employees and how they are managed is the most important source of most organizational competencies and strengths.
Talent management is not only important for hiring people as per the need, it is also important for determining when to hire. In the traditional model of hiring supply meant developing people internally for future. There was an upfront investment in candidates recovered through an enhanced performance over time. This was a good perspective; there were equal chances of making and losing money by investing in your people.
Hiring from outside or temporary employment on the other hand was seen as something that cannot fetch your substantial returns and or act as potential source of knowledge and competitive advantage.
Benefits of Integrated Talent Management
Companies especially growing ones are constantly changing. Change management strategy dovetails nicely with integrated talent management to ensure that talent can respond to change and adapt to it.
Technology in Integrated Talent Management
Technology that enables easy sharing of data across departments and processes is yet another essential component of integrated talent management. In some cases it might be possible to sustain communication without a technology solution, but a technology solution is necessary for scalability as companies grow larger and larger.
Consistency of Terms and Language
Communication is only effective if all parties understand what is being communicated. One essential part of integrated talent management is using a common language or consistent terms to talk about the talent management process. This helps all parties evaluate the process and share data that can lead to improvements.
Benefits of Talent Management Review
Talent management teams observe the following competencies while undertaking managerial talent and reward score when the requirements are met.
- Communication: The review team analyzes communication skills among the performers. It also reviews the channels of communication in the organization.
- Leadership: The team identifies leadership qualities and takes a note of effective and emerging leaders in the organization.
- Resource Management: The team evaluates the resource management styles of the employees.
- Teamwork: The team underscores team performance of individual employees.