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ID number:354412
Published: 18.05.2009.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

The 1990s will be remembered by many organizations s their decade; many others won`t be remembering it at all since they will have ceased to exit. The events of the 1990s will create such demands for change upon organizations that many will go under. The major reason they will do so is that they will fail to recruit and retain the people they need to help them change. People make the place, and people set the place.
(Herriot, 1989, p. 1).

Talent is now a critical driver of corporate performance... a company`s ability to attract, develop and retain talent will be a major competitive advantage far into the future.

(From The War for Talent, Michaels, Hadfield-Jones and Axelrod, 2001)

20.gadsimta deviņdesmitos atcerēsies no daudzām organizācijām kā viņu desmitgadi; daudzus citus pavisam neatcerēsies kopš tā laika kad tie beigs eksistēt. Deviņdesmito gadu notikumi radīs tādas prasības pēc organizāciju pārmaiņām ka daudzi bankrotēs. Galvenā problēma kāpēc viņi to darīs ir tāda, ka viņiem neveiksies izveidot un saglabāt cilvēkus, kuriem vajadzēs viņiem palīdzēt izmainīties. Cilvēki veido vietu, un cilvēki uzstāda vietu.

(Herriot, 1989, p. 1).

Talants ir tagad korporācijas izpildīšanas kritisks dzinējs... kompānijas spējas pievilkt, attīstīt un saglabāt talantu būs galvenā konkurējošā priekšrocība tālākajā nākotnē.

(From The War for Talent, Michaels, Hadfield-Jones and Axelrod, 2001).…

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