Posts Tagged: talent management

  • Win the war for talent in the year ahead

    Win the war for talent in the year ahead

     Are you planning to hire this year? You aren’t alone! Vistage reports that CEO optimism has reached historic levels, and the percentage of CEOs (72%) planning to expand their workforce in the coming year is the highest in the 12-year history of the survey.     The December 2017 Vistage Confidence Index survey captured input

  • Lead by example

    Lead by example

    As we explored in the first part and second part of this series, the ABLE Framework was created by the National Center for Middle Market (NCMM) to help companies better structure and coordinate their talent planning activities. As a reminder, the framework has four parts: 
Part 1: Align talent strategy with corporate strategy Part 2: Build

  • A framework for talent planning

    A framework for talent planning

    To get superior business results, your company needs superior talent planning. This isn’t a matter of opinion; it’s confirmed by research. At the National Center for Middle Market (NCMM), my colleagues and I have documented a strong correlation between talent planning and the growth and performance of middle market companies. More specifically, our studies have

  • Align talent strategy with corporate strategy

    Align talent strategy with corporate strategy

    The ABLE Framework is a comprehensive approach to talent planning  from the National Center for Middle Market that can help you implement and coordinate talent planning activities by bringing more structure and substance to the process. Use it to evaluate your talent planning strengths and weaknesses, and determine whether you’re dedicating sufficient attention and resources

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