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Talent Management intelligence

Insights and ideas for HR professionals

Welcome to Talent Management Intelligence, DDI’s blog for talent management professionals. Bloggers from DDI’s pool of thought leaders around the world will share their insights and spark debate on the talent management issues that organizations face today.

Sooner than later: Competition for talent will grow fierce as the global labor supply constricts.
Posted: 3/25/2015 by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
Not just numbers. When we consider the words around talent data, we unleash the real power of analytics.
Posted: 3/20/2015 by Evan Sinar, Ph.D.
DDI’s Tacy Byham explores 70:20:10, and debates whether it is still relevant today based on our findings from the Global Leadership Forecast 2014|2015.
Posted: 3/17/2015 by Tacy Byham, Ph.D.
Find your edge when it comes to strategic talent acquisition.
Posted: 3/13/2015 by Jamie Winter
DDI’s Tacy Byham discusses three numbers pertaining to learning, and they aren’t 70:20:10. Find out what they are, and how they are related.
Posted: 3/10/2015 by Tacy Byham, Ph.D.
Companies excelling in development across all leader levels are (much) more financially successful.
Posted: 3/5/2015 by Evan Sinar, Ph.D.
Leaders today are required to combine core leadership skills with ever-improving global acumen. Are you ready to be a global leader?
Posted: 3/3/2015 by John Golding
DDI’s Rich Wellins hosts Leadership Development Carnival to share recent posts on how they are moving the needle to improve leader readiness.
Posted: 3/1/2015 by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
Two daughters—two different styles of parenting required. Read how motherhood taught one manager about adaptive leadership.
Posted: 2/23/2015 by Pauline Nolte
Four leadership behaviors make all the difference when it comes to financial performance. Read how to best invest your development dollars.
Posted: 2/17/2015 by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.