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Nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent

Robin Chater

Secretary General, Fedee

failedtalent

Just when I thought that the HR fad for “talent management” was over it reappears in survey after survey about the preoccupations of HR Directors.  But the concept of “talent management” is like chewing gum parading as food.  It gives self-proclaimed experts a lot to chew over – but has no real substance.

The term talent is truly an empty notion indicating little talent in those who claim to care about it.  For it immediately raises questions like “talent for what?”, “talent from what perspective?”, “individual or collective talent?” and … Continue reading

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