- Reading level: 15+ years
- Hardcover: 208 pages
- Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press (18 May 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781422166734
- ISBN-13: 978-1422166734
- ASIN: 1422166732
- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 2.5 x 24.1 cm
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,30,271 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
One Page Talent Management Hardcover – 18 May 2010
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About the Author
Marc Effron is an experienced talent management practitioner who created one of the best known leadership studies, the Top 20 Companies for Leaders. He is currently VP, Global Talent Management for Avon Products in New York City. He has authored two prior books on HR and Leadership and published numerous articles. Marc is a sought after speaker, addressing 10-15 HR and business conferences each year, and is frequently quoted on leadership topics. He has held senior leadership positions with Bank of America and Avon Products, and created and led the Global Leadership Practice for HR consulting firm Hewitt Associates. While in consulting, he worked with large global organizations such as Alcoa, Phillips, and Reliance (India) on building talent in their organizations. In 2007, he founded the New Talent Management Network, a group of 600+ talent professional interested in advancing that profession.
Miriam Ort is the co-architect of the One Page Talent Management concept. She is currently Senior Manager, Human Resources for Pepsico North America. In her prior role as Senior Manager for Talent Management at Avon Products, her efforts resulted in the one page engagement survey report which inspired the One Page Talent Management philosophy. Miriam co-authored "Talent Pool or Talent Puddle: Where's the Talent in Talent Management?" which was published in Leadership Excellence magazine in 2007. Her recent speaking engagements include the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists' annual conference and the International Consortium for Executive Development Research.
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It's not likely that a talent professional would use every approach advanced by the authors, but it is very likely that these same professionals can reap a few gems. Kudos to Effron and Ort.
Bill Wiersma, Author--The Power of Professionalism
The chapter on 360s is a top Must-Read for any HR professional! If more companies would follow this pragmatic approach, millions would be saved (and many big HR comsulting companies would lose a major revenue stream), manager development would be truely served and 360s wouldn't have the deserved bad reputation they do with business leaders.
The other chapters are also very good. Just don't expect ALL the answers here. There's no substitution for digging in any investing the time to applying the solid principles discussed here to your specific business context.