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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.

As part of the People Side of Lean series, this article explores workplace interactions as the 9th form of waste and what leaders can do about it.
Posted: 7/23/2014 by James Clevenger, Ph.D.
This Global Leadership Forecast answers your questions—with actionable insights your business can employ today to prepare for tomorrow.
Posted: 7/21/2014 by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
What’s your "long game" to ensure the future competitiveness of your squad?
Posted: 7/15/2014 by Elmar Kronz
Without proper planning and support, an employee's exciting opportunity abroad may end in a disastrously disappointing homecoming.
Posted: 6/11/2014 by Simon Mitchell
Effective leaders use interpersonal skills that might be called “nice” or “soft”. But these skills take courage and discipline, and they help to address hard issues. 
Posted: 6/4/2014 by Diane Bock
When leaders need coaching and clarity, the last person they ask is their boss.
Posted: 5/28/2014 by Evan Sinar, Ph.D.
Is negativity about leadership discouraging future generations from stepping up?
Posted: 5/21/2014 by Bruce Watt, Ph.D.
Is the world really more volatile, more uncertain, more complex, and more ambiguous that ever before? If so, what’s different now? Two things: technology and velocity. Both totally intertwined. 
Posted: 5/14/2014 by Dave Fisher
What advice would you give yourself  if you could travel back in time to when you were preparing for your first “real” job interview?
Posted: 4/24/2014 by James Court
Authenticity is one of the most important qualities a leader can possess. In the modern world, probably even more so. Millennials expect even greater transparency than the generations before them  partly driven by the rise of social media and that people can spot a fake at 100 yards. 
Posted: 4/17/2014 by Simon Mitchell