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Challenges, ideas and opportunities as highlighted at the National Human Services Assembly Meeting in March 2010
Leading organizations recognize that today’s challenges require innovative solutions and bold approaches. And more specifically, human resources leaders want concepts and practices that they can implement cost-effectively.
Accenture’s research reveals that high-performance organizations are characterized by leading talent management practices. Thus, in March 2010, Accenture joined with the National Human Services Assembly to organize a discussion around leading talent management practices with leaders from 25 national nonprofit organizations.
This paper presents the highlights of these conversations, synthesizes key trends and talent practices and focuses on the themes of strategic alignment to goals and metrics, structured performance management, successful talent management strategies, the value of diversity and talent development across the sector.
May 21, 2010
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