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2011 | 5(82) | 29-48
Article title

TALENT MANAGEMENT IN THE MORAVIAN-SILESIAN ORGANIZATIONS

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This article is aimed at providing information on the scope and the level of use of talent management by organizations in a part of the Czech Republic - the Moravian-Silesian Region. On the basis of data acquired thanks to a questionnaire survey, it has been discovered that organizations in this region are implementing talent management systems on a small scale. Such an approach is used by 3.8% of organizations, which is nine out of 237 (100%) of the approached respondents. The main reasons why this approach is not used is either that organizations have no knowledge of it or there exists a lack of financial and personnel resources. Recommendations suggested by the author for the wider application of talent management in Czech practice can be found in the article.
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29-48
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Petra Horvathova, VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic
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