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Talent management for the twenty-first century.
  • P. Cappelli
  • Business, Medicine
  • Harvard business review
  • 1 March 2008
Four principles form the foundation for a new paradigm in talent management: a talent-on-demand system that has been well honed over decades to anticipate and meet demand in uncertain environments: supply chain management. Expand
Skill Gaps, Skill Shortages, and Skill Mismatches
Concerns over the supply of skills in the U.S. labor force, especially education-related skills, have exploded in recent years with a series of reports not only from employer-associated organizationsExpand
Talent Management: Conceptual Approaches and Practical Challenges
The challenges associated with managing talent in modern labor markets are a constant source of discussion among academics and practitioners, but the literature on the subject is sparse and has grownExpand
Making the most of on-line recruiting.
  • P. Cappelli
  • Business, Medicine
  • Harvard business review
  • 1 March 2001
In this article, Peter Cappelli examines some of the emerging service providers and technologies--matchmakers, job boards, hiring management systems software, and applicant-screening mechanisms that test skills and record interests that help companies attract and keep the best people. Expand
The new deal at work
Classifying Work in the New Economy
Alternatives to the archetypal model of full-time regular employment are now both prevalent and wide-ranging. Over a fifth of U.S. workers, and even more globally, now perform economic work underExpand
Talent on Demand – Managing Talent in an Age of Uncertainty
Chapter 1 Solving the Talent Management Problem Part I Traditional Talent Management: Why it No Longer Works Chapter 2 The Rise of Talent Management Chapter 3 The End of an Era Part II A New Model ofExpand
An Interplant Test of the Efficiency Wage Hypothesis
The analysis that follows tests the shirking model of efficiency wages by examining the relationship between rates of employee discipline and relative wage premiums across plants within the sameExpand
Labor Market Intermediaries and the New Paradigm for Human Resources
Labor market intermediaries (LMIs) are entities that stand between the individual worker and the organization that needs work done. They include well-known operations such as executive search firms...