Connecting L&D With Integrated Talent Management

Tuesday, Sep 20, 2011 1:00pm CT

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In this session, you will hear a combination of the latest research and best and next practices from leading organizations on the role the learning and development staff is increasingly playing in the integrated talent management movement. As a starting point, the group will discuss the top-level findings from ASTD’s recently published report, “Learning’s Critical Role in Integrated Talent Management,” including information on how high-performing and low-performing organizations use talent management differently. You will also gain information on which organizational roles are primarily responsible for the key elements of talent management: leadership development, individual development, performance management, employee learning, recruitment/selection, employee engagement, compensation and benefits, and succession planning. And you’ll hear about learning’s role in each area.


Kevin Oakes
Institute for Corporate Productivity

Kevin Oakes is the CEO and founder of the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), a corporate network focused on the practices of high-performance organizations. He has been a leader in the human capital field for the last two decades, and was previously the founder and president of SumTotal Systems, a provider of talent and learning products, which he founded in 2003. Prior to the formation of SumTotal, Oakes was the chairman and CEO of Click2learn.
A frequent author and international keynote speaker on talent management and using human capital strategically in organizations, Oakes recently released a new book, titled An Executive Guide to Integrated Talent Management. He has also just completed a five-year board term for the American Society for Training & Development and was the 2006 chairman of the board.

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