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CFO Insights — Defining — and delivering — your talent agenda

Published on: Dec 05, 2013

A talent agenda is consistently a top priority for incoming finance chiefs in Deloitte's CFO Transition Lab sessions. As they assess the skills and influence required to implement their 180-day action plans, these new CFOs invariably realize that something – or someone – is missing. Moreover, they quickly grasp that getting talent right is often the key to attaining their overall goals.

But, what are the elements of a talent agenda, and who should deliver it? This issue of CFO Insights discusses the four main pillars to a robust talent agenda as well as the role of human resources (HR) in delivering an effective talent agenda – and what to do if HR doesn’t meet expectations.


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