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Category Insight: Talent development

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In association with Accenture Academy

 

In an increasingly fast-moving world, businesses can no longer expect their senior leaders to be the most knowledgeable people who simply cascade their experience and career learnings to junior staff. Moreover, in the digital world, the classroom is no longer the beginning and end of training and talent development. With a plethora of ways to learn, talented and ambitious people are able to help themselves to videos, blogs and podcasts that give them bite-sized information.

 

But this does not mean organisations can abdicate their responsibility to develop talent. The best businesses regard talent as a strategy and are finely attuned to the ever-changing needs of the business – both today and in the future.

 

Download Procurement Leaders’ Category Insight: Talent development white paper to find out:

  • How leading companies can both enable talent development and manage it to ensure it delivers in line with corporate goals.
  • How leading procurement professionals can stay on top of what the talent needs are going to be in future.
  • Why building on strengths, not weaknesses, is an essential approach to getting the very best out of the organisation’s people.