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From the Publisher"Versatility in talent is an organizational imperative, where career paths must link to both individual and organizational goals – this book provides a step-by-step guide on how to make that happen in your company."
– Jennifer Burnett, Talent Management Executive
“I like how Carter, Cook, and Dorsey have balanced the perspective and needs of the employee with the needs of the organization. They’ve provided a practical toolkit for practitioners, rooted in a strong conceptual model. I have looked at other sources on career paths in organizations, but this is the book I’d actually use to design a system.”
Steven D. Ashworth, PhD, Manager - Human Resource Research & Analysis, Sempra Energy Utilities
"If you are, like me, a consultant who helps organizations develop and utilize their talent toward maximum performance; or a business leader trying to build a world-class organization with limited financial resources; or a Human Resources manager whose Generation Y employees are anxious to get ahead—you need to read this book. It clearly defines the "why" and "how" of using career path models as the foundation for a comprehensive talent management process. The ideas and methods defined in this book will help organizational leaders provide the structure to support employees' ambitions and will help employees understand exactly what they need to do to successfully manage their own careers. I am adding this book to my professional reference library."
–Gena Cox, PhD, Managing Consultant, Human Capital Resource Center