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Vol -  5, Issue- 5 ,         Page(s) : 49 - 55  (2014 ) DOI :


This study underlines the new concept of Talent Management. Managing talent in a global organization is more complex and demanding than it is in a national business—and few major worldwide corporations have risen to the challenge. The current business and economic environment is exposing a host of weaknesses in the talent management practices of many organizations, as well as the lack of a comprehensive understanding of skills, capabilities,

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