Your Guide to Selecting the Right Talent Management System
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Talent management systems (TMS) are the organization’s technological backbone when it comes to people. Virtually every part of the employee lifecycle is managed within the context of the TMS, which enables the developing, measuring, rewarding and retaining of an organization’s talent.
The TMS typically includes recruiting, learning, performance, compensation, succession and career planning, and workforce planning, but does not include the HRIS. The primary focus of this report is covering learning, performance management, compensation, and succession technology; however, the same considerations could be applied for any of the talent components.
Each step of technology selection requires fully embracing the specialized requirements of your users, processes, and culture; and tools such as use cases will help to target specific ways to derive value from your talent technology. Organizations that leverage their talent systems to their fullest extent see the benefits to both the employee population and the business. This report will explore in detail the five phases of technology selection.
5 Phases of Talent Management Technology Selection
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