Talent Economics

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“In a perpetual global war for talent, it is easy to get lost in the daily skirmishes. In Talent Economics, Gyan Nagpal accomplishes two rare things… provides a global battle plan and the specific tactics that can translate into success in today’s high growth markets. Truly, this book is an important addition to the talent conversation.” Rebecca Ray, Senior Vice President and Head – Global Human Capital, The Conference Board

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“In a perpetual global war for talent, it is easy to get lost in the daily skirmishes. In Talent Economics, Gyan Nagpal accomplishes two rare things… provides a global battle plan and the specific tactics that can translate into success in today’s high growth markets. Truly, this book is an important addition to the talent conversation.” Rebecca Ray, Senior Vice President and Head – Global Human Capital, The Conference Board

“This book is astonishing in its breadth and scope. It is a thoroughly entertaining read, filled with real-life case studies and nuggets of historical fact.” Govind Karunakaran, Chief Executive Officer,
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“Finally a business book I read cover to cover. Talent Economics is a good blend of intriguing and relevant data, with practical approaches to creating talent strategies that are relevant to both large globally dispersed corporations and smaller locally contained companies. As I was reading I was immediately thinking of ways to apply some of the strategies to my current challenges at making talent management more real and impactful in my current organization. Simple concepts for an increasingly complex world – my kind of book.” Timothy Huiting, Director, People and Organization Capability, Microsoft India “For those serious about developing a talent strategy, the book should serve as a valuable reference and guide.” Yeo Keng Choo, Managing Director, Caliper Singapore

“This book will be particularly valued by those working in multi-cultural and multi-national enterprises. It looks at both broad concepts and ideas and gets into the detail of tackling the issues.” Christopher Bennett , Director, BPA Australasia and Board Member, Center for Non-Profit Leadership

“This is a timely book on how to win in the talent war in today’s complex and globalized world. The ideas in Talent Economics are refreshing, insightful and practical. This book deserves top priority on the reading list for senior management and HR practitioners and scholars.” Gilbert Tan, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University, Singapore

“Talent Economics is a very intuitive book, which makes for a very easy and enjoyable read. Full of rich knowledge as well as sound advice, it is something most managers should keep within reach.” Sheetal Singh, Assistant Professor of Management, The GW School of Business, George Washington University, Washington DC

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