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Talent Management v 0.2

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Kamal Ahmed

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Transcript of Talent Management v 0.2

Human Resources Global Conference
WHAT IS
TALENT MANAGEMENT
?
2013
Succession Planning
Oregon
Illinois
Michigan
California
Texas
Georgia
Virginia
WORK FOR VW CREDIT, INC. IN 9 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS ACROSS THE USA
In and out of the organization
Promotions, developmental transfers
Demotions
External new hires, etc
PEOPLE
EMPLOYEES
Developmental Transfer
External Hire
Exit the Organization
TALENT MANAGEMENT
Talent Management

is a set of integrated processes designed to recruit, retain, develop, reward.

The goal

is to create a high-performance, sustainable organization that meets its strategic and operational goals and objectives.
WHAT ARE THE
COMPONENTS OF TALENT MANAGEMENT
?
Talent Identification
Reward and Recognition

Performance Management
WHAT IS
TALENT IDENTIFICATION
?
GERMANY
Bremen
1000
VW Credit, Inc. Locations in the US
Oregon
Illinois
Michigan
California
Texas
Georgia
Virginia
VW Credit, Inc. Locations in the US
Georgia
Virginia
Michigan
Illinois
Texas
California
Oregon
Promotes the careers and development of our employees in alignment with VW Credit strategic and operational goals
Promotion
Understanding of employee’s performance, leadership potential, strengths, weaknesses and potential for relocation
Succession Planning
Refers to the readiness of potential successors to move into key positions
A yearly process by which business and development objectives are discussed and agreed
Senior leaders are personally involved and hold themselves accountable for growing leaders
Success is based on a business case for long term needs
Workforce data and analysis inform the process
Employees are committed to their own self-development
Competencies are identified and used for selection and development
Succession is linked to strategic planning and investment in the future
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