Talent Management in Indonesia's Organization: Perspective and Strategy

Surya Dwi Kusuma Darpita

Abstract


War for talent has received remarkably degree of practitioners and academic interest. Developed countries has aware of this issues since midst of 1990, and developing countries are having such a concern as well as this issues already became critical, especially in ASEAN whereby ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) are going to be start on January 2016. This paper are describing the Indonesian‘s organization to seek – out and engaged their talent. Literature review is conducted to gain the aspects, factors, and strategy on how Indonesian‘s organization manage their talent and addressing their talent acquisition issues to survive in their business sector. The objective of this literature study is to review the perspective of talent management in Indonesian‘s organizations, and to know the strategy on how talent management will be implemented effectively in Indonesian‘s organization. Author brought out six factors influencing talent management in Indonesia with the

impact of each factor, and strategy executions to build the global talent pipeline in Indonesia. 


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