Talent Management: Effect on Organization Performances

James Kehinde

Abstract


Talent management is a new concept but difficult phenomenon to measure. The impact of talent management on organizational performance is a problem especially where only strategic staffs is treated as talents of the firm. The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of talent management on organizational performance. The questionnaire was used as the survey method of collecting primary data for the study. Correlation coefficient, t- student distribution and the descriptive analyses were the methods used to analyze the data gathered. The analyses revealed that talent management has positive impact on the organizational overall performance. It also revealed that talent management scheme has impact on the performance of the multinational and the national firm but the small and medium scale firms have not been gaining from this new technique within the Nigerian business environment. The study therefore recommends that talent management scheme should be used for all categories of staff within the firm that have special talent and that firms should separate between their talent management scheme and the total human recourses management style of the firm.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v4i2.937

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