As organizations think through various aspects of talent management, many use frameworks to help organize and communicate talent information in simplified ways. This PDF includes five frameworks that can be used for different purposes in talent management.
Each page includes an image of the framework, a brief description of what it includes, and a link to the source document, which can be accessed by clicking each image. They include:
- Talent Risk Evaluation Matrix by Gartner. Determine and prioritize 11 of the most common talent risks.
- Talent Initiative Prioritization Matrix by Gartner. Use two criteria (business impact; complexity and investment) to make decisions about reprioritizing talent initiatives.
- Talent Narrative Stakeholders by The Conference Board. Understand seven stakeholder groups—such as investors, the board, employees, and customers— and the parts of an organization’s talent narrative or story in which stakeholders are most likely interested.
- Skills Hub and Spoke Model by Deloitte. Draw the connection between skills and talent practices by considering the hub (e.g., talent philosophy, skills framework + common language, etc.) and spokes (e.g., talent integration points such as workforce planning).
- Talent Ecosystem Model by i4cp. Understand the 11 sources of talent that high-performing organizations tap into to access the skills they need.
These resources help generate ideas for developing and communicating aspects of an organization’s talent management.