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A Review of Issue on Reinvents of Talent Management and Organizations Concerns

In the context of rethinking conventional methodologies, this review examines the changing talent management landscape and the related organizational challenges. Organizations are confronted with unprecedented difficulties in attracting, fostering, and maintaining talent as a result of the rapid improvements in technology, globalization, and shifting worker demographics. The current study attempts to analyze the most recent talent management trends, tactics, and best practices while also addressing the issues that arise when businesses decide to reinvent their personnel management procedures. The paper also explores the crucial organizational issues related to rethinking talent management, such as the need for efficient change management techniques, cultural alignment, skill gaps, and resistance to change. This review investigates techniques and frameworks to deal with these issues and guarantee the application of fresh talent management ideas. It also looks into the effects of re-imagined talent management on worker productivity, engagement, and overall organizational success. However, it goes on to look at how businesses may develop their potential and achieve success by fostering a culture of empowerment, diversity, and continual learning. The assessment concludes by offering a thorough analysis of the organizational issues raised by the reinvention of talent management. The current trends, difficulties, and opportunities in talent management in the contemporary business environment are explained in this useful resource for HR professionals, leaders, and scholars.

Talent Management, Reinvention, Organizational Concerns, Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Performance Management, Employee Engagement

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Adejumo Dauda Adegoke. (2023). A Review of Issue on Reinvents of Talent Management and Organizations Concerns. Journal of Investment and Management, 12(3), 45-50.

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Adejumo Dauda Adegoke. A Review of Issue on Reinvents of Talent Management and Organizations Concerns. J. Invest. Manag. 2023, 12(3), 45-50. doi: 10.11648/j.jim.20231203.12

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Adejumo Dauda Adegoke. A Review of Issue on Reinvents of Talent Management and Organizations Concerns. J Invest Manag. 2023;12(3):45-50. doi: 10.11648/j.jim.20231203.12

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