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In this course, we discuss how to create value from an intangible asset that is measured as head count cost on the organizational balance sheet. We start with a brief overview of how Talent Management is more than a process of identifying high potentials for leadership development programs. 

This leads to a conversation about how a large proportion of the employee population has unrecognized talent that is underutilized.  Then, we explore how to put into place mechanisms to help employees explore, discover, and release their potential for the benefit of the organization.  This course challenges the narrow focus of traditional talent management processes and provides practical steps line managers and Human Resource Managers can take to increase the utilization of human potential within their organization.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the importance developing an organizational perspective of people as an asset, which provides a unique competitive advantage for the organization in pursuing its strategic priorities.
  • Explore the Expanded Boundaryless Talent Management (BTM) Model as a conceptual framework for managing the flow of talent through an organization.
  • Discover how talent management processes can work with the flow of talent that enters, progresses through, and then exits the organization.


Course Complexity: Intermediate

No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course, although it is recommended that participants complete the Organization in Practice course if they have no background in Organization Development.

Education Provider Information

Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Course Syllabus
  9:21Introduction to Talent Management and Succession Planning
Talent Management and Succession Planning
  11:31Context and Perceptions of Talent
  8:46The Role of Perception in Talent Management
  9:51An Organizational Perspective of People as an Asset
  14:30The Expanded Boundaryless Talent Management Model
  9:58How Talent Management Processes Can Work
  10:40Managing Talent Monsters
  7:14Utilizing Talent Potential
  3:09Course Conclusion
  1:24:59Talent Management and Succession Planning
  PDFSlides: Talent Management and Succession Planning
  PDFTalent Management and Succession Planning Glossary/Index