Talent Management: An Etymological Study

Dimitrov, K., (2015) Talent management – an etymological study, “Vanguard scientific instruments in management” journal (VSIM), Volume 2(11), 39 pages, ISSN 1314-0582

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Kiril Dimitrov

University of National and World Economy

Date Written: December 17, 2015

Abstract

The current article unveils and analyzes important shades of meaning for the widely discussed term ‚talent management‘. It not only grounds the outlined perspectives in incremental formulation and elaboration of this construct, but also is oriented to exploring the underlying reasons for the social actors, proposing new nuances. Thus, a mind map and a fish-bone diagram are constructed to depict effectively and efficiently the current state of development for talent management and make easier the realizations of future research endeavors in this field.

Note: Dimitrov, K., (2015) Talent management – an etymological study, “Vanguard scientific instruments in management” journal (VSIM), Volume 2(11), 39 pages, ISSN 1314-0582, issued in December by the University of National And World Economy, Department Of Management & Bulgarian Academic Simulation And Gaming Association, Friday Night Seminar Club.

Keywords: Talent Management, Human Resource Management, Human Capital Management, Corporate Culture

JEL Classification: M12, M14, J24

Suggested Citation

Dimitrov, Kiril, Talent Management: An Etymological Study (December 17, 2015). Dimitrov, K., (2015) Talent management – an etymological study, “Vanguard scientific instruments in management” journal (VSIM), Volume 2(11), 39 pages, ISSN 1314-0582 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3215222

Kiril Dimitrov (Contact Author)

University of National and World Economy ( email )

Studentsky Grad
Sofia, 1700
Bulgaria

HOME PAGE: http://www.unwe.bg

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