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Book Brief: The War for Talent

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 09-01-2001 Print
Over the next two decades, the demand for capable managers will remain a significant workplace issue, assert the authors, all from McKinsey & Company.

The War for Talent

By Ed Michaels, Helen Handfield-Jones, Beth Axelrod

Harvard Business School Press, 2001

240 pages, $27.50

Over the next two decades, the demand for capable managers will remain a significant workplace issue, assert the authors, all from McKinsey & Company. They draw on five years of research, including surveys of 13,000 executives and case studies of 27 companies to identify five requirements for attracting, developing and retaining talented workers.



 

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