Talent Economics: The Fine Line between Winning and Losing the Global War for Talent
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FEM is delighted to invite you to a riveting lecture on ‘Talent Economics: The Fine Line between Winning and Losing the Global War’ presented by the best selling author of the book Talent Economics, Mr. Gyan Nagpal.
About the Speaker:
Gyan Nagpal is an award winning talent strategist and commentator, who is deeply invested in researching ongoing changes to the global talent pool. Over the last decade he has helped some of the largest and most ambitious international organizations build significant business franchises across the Asia Pacific region.
As CEO and Principal at PeopleLENS Global Associates, Gyan trains business leaders on talent management, and travels worldwide speaking on leadership and 21st century talent trends. Gyan is a Senior Fellow for human capital at the Conference Board and a member of the NTL Institute.
You can follow his work at www.PLGAonline.com and find his book Talent Economics - The Fine Line Between Winning and Losing the Global War for Talent (Kogan Page 2012) at Amazon.com or at good bookstores across the world.
About the Book:
The employee is evolving, and the very concept of employment must evolve to keep pace. Most businesses are still trying to manage a 21st century workforce with 20th century management.
Talent Economics, as a discipline, sits at the fulcrum of Economics, the behavioral science dealing with how the forces to supply and demand allocate scarce resources, and Organization Development (OD), the HR practice area aimed at facilitating systemic change within organizations.
“Talent Economics is a very intuitive book, which makes for a very easy and enjoyable read. Full of rich knowledge as well as sound advice, it is something most managers should keep within reach.” -- Sheetal Singh, Assistant Professor of Management, George Washington University
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