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LİDERİ YETİŞTİRMEK:ORGANİZASYONLARDA YETENEK YÖNETİMİ

NURTURING THE LEADER:TALENT MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS

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Abstract (2. Language): 
Globalization forces organizations to face new adaptive challenges. That is the main driving force behind the witnessed restructuring and reengineering efforts by organizations. To achieve the change and adaptation forced by the new global setting, organizations need managers who also have the ability to lead and transform the organization. Managers who also have leading skills are very rare but the experience has amply demonstrated that most leading skills can be developed. Organizations started to employ “talent management” as a tool to nurture the leaders vital for their survival in the global make up. The study underlines the increasing need for leadership in contemporary organizations and argues how talent management can help to develop this vital resource called leadership.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Günümüzde organizasyonlar küreseleşmenin getirdiği güçlüklere uyum sağlamak zorundadır. Organizasyonlardaki yeniden yapılanma çabalarının temelinde bu neden yatmaktadır. Küreseleşmenin dayattığı değişiklikleri gerçekleştirmek ve uyumu sağlamak amacıyla organizasyonların liderlik etme ve dönüştürme yeteneğine sahip yöneticilere ihtiyacı vardır. Bu tip yeteneklere sahip yöneticilerin azlığı bilinmektedir ancak deneyimler çoğu liderlik yeteneğinin geliştirilebileceğini göstermiştir. Lider yetiştirmek için, “yetenek yönetimi” organizasyonlar tarafından küresel şartlarda varlıklarını sürdürürebilmelerini sağlayacak bir araç olarak kullanılmaya başlanmıştır. Çalışma, günümüz organizasyonlarında liderlere duyulan artan ihtiyacın üzerinde durmakta ve yetenek yönetiminin liderlik denilen bu hayati kaynağın geliştirilebilmesine katkısını tartışmaktadır.

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