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The possibility of implementing talent management in the public sector


  • Angela VLĂDESCU

    (The Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)


This paper presents the opportunity to investigate several points of view regarding talent and its good use in the business environment. Counting on valuable bibliographical sources, I have analyzed the content of the concept and its assumptions, which would help, in the future, to obtain better results. Then a new stage was set and I examined the experience of companies that practice talent management. I’ve identified factors that influence the implementation of talent management. And, based on very accurate observations, I thought the opportunity of taking over these practices in public institutions in Romania. In our country, talent management is not a new concept, although a few organizations have implemented a talent management strategy using an informatics program that provides all the necessary information about the employees in a second, in order to anticipate the need for human capital, to create a plan to achieve it and to meet the specific talent management needs. Implementing this concept in the public sector would also create benefits for the institution, its employees and for citizens, which would lead to improved performance of the organization, and of the entire sector.

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  • Angela VLĂDESCU, 2012. "The possibility of implementing talent management in the public sector," Management & Marketing, Economic Publishing House, vol. 7(2), Summer.
  • Handle: RePEc:eph:journl:v:7:y:2012:i:2:n:10

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    1. Constantin BRATIANU & Stefan STANCIU, 2010. "An overview of present research related to the entrepreneurial university," Management & Marketing, Economic Publishing House, vol. 5(2), Summer.
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