Deloitte: The constantly changing face of the workplace

Business leaders need to understand and respond to change in order to attract and retain the most talented employees, writes Alistair Tosh.

9th March, 2014
Alistair Tosh, director of executive education at the Irish Management Institute.

For some time now, we have witnessed a convergence between corporate strategy and the talent and people development strategies of world-class organisations.

The latter is seen as a key enabler of the former, with the talent agenda no longer the exclusive preserve of the HR function but rather on the radar of senior executives across the business, who recognise the incredible potential of strategically aligned talent development programmes to drive execution and cultural change.


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