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The Talent Masters

The Talent Masters

Author: Ram Charan

Year Published: 2010

Description: The Talent Masters:  Why Smart Leaders Put People Before Numbers 40-year General Electric human resources executive Bill Conaty and corporate advisor Ram Charan assert that in business, the investment that drives innovation isn't financial, but rather talent, and that the key to success is the ability to recognize and cultivate leadership.  Through examples and anecdotes from General Electric and other companies such as Proctor & Gamble, Hindustan Unilever and Novartis, the book offers business leaders strategies for "mastering talent" in the context of today's global economy. 

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'Talent will be the big differentiator between companies that succeed and those that don't. Those that win will be led by people who can adapt their organizations to change, make the right strategic bets, take calculated risks, conceive and execute new value- creating opportunities, and build and rebuild competitive advantage..'

The Talent Masters

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