The Research on the Efficiency of the Methods of Talent Management within Organizations

Author: Martin Kursch
Institution: Charles University in Prague
Author: Jaroslav Veteška
Institution: Charles University in Prague
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 28-42
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PDF: tner/201802/tner20180202.pdf

The study presents the results of research based on the review and identification of significant talent management methods used in different types of organizations. The study interprets the results of research conducted in 2016 on the set of 301 various companies operating in the Czech Republic. The authors of the study assume that the efficiency of the whole talent management should be based on the efficiency of its well-chosen methods. The research showed that there is a different understanding and application of talent management methods by organization management according to the size and legal form of the organization (company).


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