Staffing Management

Building Critical-Talent Pipelines

By Staff Report

Oct. 3, 2012

Top talent is today’s competitive differentiator that makes the difference between an organization that is thriving and one that is stagnant or declining. However, the impact of the roles performed by that talent is not identical across an organization. Some roles have a greater impact than others.

This whitepaper provides solutions to the challenges companies have in all industries: jobs that must be performed—and performed well—for the companies to succeed. Companies that do not have the right people in critical jobs forfeit revenue growth, innovate more slowly, and/or lose competitive advantage because they are unable to adapt to market dynamics.

Organizations need to define, attract, and develop the right mix of critical talent to support and grow their businesses. To ensure a flow of the right talent for these roles over time, the best practice is for organizations to build critical-talent pipelines.

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