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Talent Measure Sculpt for Effective Talent Management: A Practical Revise

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  • R Santhoshkumar
  • N Rajasekar

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This research paper examines the applicability of talent measure sculpts for effective talent management in automobile industries and IT sector with special reference to Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu, India. In the primary data collected from the 100 respondents from automobile industry and IT service sector using factor analysis, seven important factors: (1) creativity and innovation; (2) leadership; (3) teamwork; (4) interpersonal sensitivity; (5) personal motivation; (6) association; and (7) team spirit, which constitute talent were found. It was also found applying nonparametric Mann-Whitney test that there is no significant difference between the opinion of automobile industry and IT service sector employees with regard to a set of factors that constitutes talent management. This study helps the company to retain the present talented workforce and stop them from quitting the organization. Critical talent has been defined and identified covering all staff-level positions and suggestions have been proposed in line with company’s requirements and capabilities in order to select perfect and highly skilled employees for the organization.

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  • R Santhoshkumar & N Rajasekar, 2012. "Talent Measure Sculpt for Effective Talent Management: A Practical Revise," The IUP Journal of Management Research, IUP Publications, vol. 0(1), pages 38-47, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:icf:icfjmr:v:xi:y:2012:i:1:p:38-47
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