The Impacts of Strategic Talent Management Assessments on Improving Innovation-Oriented Career Decisions

Sart G.

ANTHROPOLOGIST, cilt.18, ss.657-665, 2014 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier


According to the objectives of the paper, the evaluation was checked together with the participants in semi-structured interviews. Two assessments were given to the students: the strategic talent management and the innovation potential assessment. A control group was used, wherein the students received an innovation potential assessment but not the strategic talent management assessment. There was a vital difference between students who took the strategic talent management assessment and those who did not in assessing their innovation potential. A difference was also seen in the area of flexibility, self-confidence and achievement drive. The research exhibited that the assessment had helped the majority of the participants to get more involved in the needs of the market to make a greater impact in on today's society since they became more aware of their own skills, talents, capabilities, and goals.