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Achieving Competitive Advantage In Insurance Industry:the Impact Of Talent Management Strategies

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Insurance industry must continuously search for the development of its performances through talent management strategies in order to achieve new gains for its stakeholders and fulfill their needs and requirements since competition is much stiffed and forces of changes brought into the industry by recapitalization and consolidation. The study was carried out to find out whether talent management have an impact on achieving competitive advantage in the insurance industry by creating high performance of organization. So this paper reviewed related literatures with these concepts and then submitted the relationship between these variables. A combination of T-test and F-test and simple regression was the predominant means used for testing the main hypotheses. The study showed that talent management is crucial in organizational success and also concluded that insurance industry can improve their businesses and achieve a competitive advantage.



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