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off of the economy, this war for talent goes on. Talent is now the critical driver for corporate performance, especially people with the ability to lead a company or. In , we at McKinsey & Company coined the term the war for talent and soon realized that we had named a phenomenon that many people had been. War for talent – time to change direction. In a recent global survey of Human Resources professionals undertaken by KPMG member firms worldwide, most.
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