Handley, Janet (2014) Gender, networks and talent management : interim findings of a narrative inquiry. In: European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) 3rd Workshop on Talent Management, 13th-14th October 2014, Berlin, Germany. (Unpublished)

Despite an enduring concern with the acquisition, development and retention of talent, literature in the field has tended to retain a practitioner focus. More recent work, however, includes attempts to develop a more robust empirical and critical perspective, with occasional calls for an analysis of the gendered aspect of talent management. This paper is aimed at partially filling the ‘gender gap’ in talent management research. Part of a larger narrative study, findings presented here focus particularly on the role of networks in gendering the translation of talent management into practice.

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