- 1. Your Talent Management Model and Talent Development” Please respond to the following: Several models and components of talent management are presented in Chapter 1 of the Silzer and Dowell textbook. Using these as a foundation, create your own talent management model, including its components and the evaluation methods that would demonstrate that this model is effective in your organization. Describe three (3) effective ways to develop talent within your current or former organization and how they would support the organization’s goals. List each organizational goal and whose responsibility it might be to develop the talent associated with that goal.
- 2. “The Talent Pipeline and Executive Onboarding” Please respond to the following: Analyze how the talent pipeline offers the best candidates to organizations, and determine how to access the pipeline for your industry or profession. Also discuss if you foresee a need to change the pipeline to meet future needs of employers. If so, state those changes and your rationale for why they will be required. Create a checklist of steps to ensure that executive onboarding will result in a timely and efficient process to orient new executives to the organization and provide the rationale for the sequence you develop.
A tangent line t to a circle C intersects the circle at a single point T. For comparison, secant lines intersect a circle at two points, whereas another line may not intersect a circle at all. This property of tangent lines is preserved under many geometrical transformations, such as rotation, translations, inversions, and map projections, which is a great real world example, especially in the use of city maps.
There are many parts to a circle, what are some other parts of a circle and how do they relate to a circle?