Case Study : Talent Management And Development

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Introduction This paper is going to describe OCBC’s unique approach to talent management and development. Compare OCBC’s approach to talent management and development to other organizations you are familiar with (e.g., current or past employers, a family business). Explain how OCBC’s approach to talent management and employee development been a primary contributing factor to the firm’s success. Evaluate the extent to which OCBC’s approach to talent management and development fits other organizations or industries, including some limitations if applied elsewhere without modification. Describe OCBC’s unique approach to talent management and development The banks approach starts out that just about every other business in Singapore is dealing with or has an account with OCBC bank. The reason why the bank is so successful is because the bank was built and run on stick business policies and has active talent management and development (Shukla-Pandey, 2012). The first three days a company begins their operation the bank will be contacting then so they can open an account. The bank also uses this policy and practice when it comes to managing and developing their employees. The Bank feels that training is extremely important. The bank feels that the training and developing will build up their employees so they are able to perform to their best ability. The bank feels that learning is a win-win situation. The employees succeed in life and also on the job (Shukla-Pandey, 2012).
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