Technology and talent analytics for talent management – a game changer for organizational performance

  title={Technology and talent analytics for talent management – a game changer for organizational performance},
  author={Brijesh Sivathanu and Rajasshrie Pillai},
  journal={International Journal of Organizational Analysis},
Purpose This paper aims to examine the technology usage for talent management and its effect on organizational performance. Design/methodology/approach The grounded theory approach was used for this research. Semi-structured interviews with 122 senior HR officers of national and multinational companies in India were conducted after extensive literature review. NVivo 8.0 software was used for the analysis of the interview data. Findings Technology usage for talent management contributes to… 
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