Category Archives: Talent Management

Societal value demands a policy of shared IP

There have always been two very strong but opposing forces at play in the world’s economy. One is the entrepreneur’s desire to create a monopoly and the other is society’s desire to resist; in the name of fairness. The monopolist … Continue reading

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HR Magazine recognizes importance of MI’s whole system thinking

HR Magazine’s Editor, Katie Jacobs, attended our co-partnered conference in London on 5th May entitled ‘Talent, Value & Maturity’ and was inspired to focus her editorial for the June issue on the importance of whole system thinking when considering talent … Continue reading

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Women in society is not a gender issue

MI Council members Ásta Bjarnadóttir and Paul Kearns recently made a joint presentation to Reykjavik Business School alumni on the subject of the place of women in Icelandic society.  Their theme – ‘Women in society is not a gender issue’. Only … Continue reading

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Toward Mature Talent Management: Beyond Shareholder Value

MI’s Professor David Collings explains how Talent Management must be addressed in a much wider context of Value in the latest edition of the HRDQ journal: Abstract: Talent management has become one of the most prevalent topics in the field … Continue reading

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Maturity in practice: the State Water experience

TMI’s council member Rob Scott has led a team of maturity analysts to help State Water in Australia. This is HR Magazine’s piece on the results so far: HR Magazine: Taking a Mature Approach

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Talent stats – A book review of ‘Moneyball’ by Michael Lewis

Update for ‘Football Manager’ fans. It probably tells me something about the state of the talent management ‘profession’ when a book on baseball proves to be the best source I could find on how to use statistical evidence to identify … Continue reading

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