Fast Company: George Klemp on War for Talent

What if the war for talent ended and your company came up short?

Many companies are threatened with just that, despite the dire warnings everywhere that talent is fast becoming a core strategic challenge across the business spectrum.

In a new Fast Company article for the magazine’s Leadership section, Cambria’s George Klemp makes a compelling argument for how to win the talent war by shifting how you develop talent across the organization.

George explores what companies are up against — and how new thinking around talent development is long overdue.

Read George’s column in Fast Company.

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