TEDS White Paper Outlines Strategy on Learning

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<strong>Atkins, Va. &mdash; April 17</strong><br />TEDS, a provider of enterprisewide talent management solutions, has released its latest white paper, &quot;Making Sense of Talent Management.&quot;<br /><br />The document outlines TEDS&rsquo; proven strategy of aligning learning and performance as critical tools in the management of organizational talent, skills and behaviors.<br /><br />&ldquo;For talent management to yield results, corporations must integrate learning, performance, recruiting and succession management so that the collective focus of managing competencies can drive all initiatives,&quot; the document states.<br /><br />TEDS&rsquo; integrated strategy produces measurable ROI on learning and performance, with predictable and repeatable results for influencing the organization&rsquo;s overall health and profitability.<br /><br />&quot;We are in the midst of a baby boomer exit of crisis proportions,&quot; said Joe Ellis, TEDS president and CEO. &quot;It is now more important than ever for corporations to identify the skills and behaviors that currently exist in the workforce so that they can effectively ascertain those skills which need to be replaced. <br /><br />&quot;How can organizations assess learning and performance if they have not clearly identified the skills gaps of the individual and the corporation as a whole? The path to talent management begins with competencies.&quot;

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