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Talent Management for Creating a Performance Work Environment in the South African Public Service

SB Kahn, VN Louw

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This article examines the extent to which talent management can contribute towards creating a performance work environment (PWE) that can enhance sustainable talent identifi cation and development in the public service. The literature analysis results reveal that talent management is essential
in creating a PWE in the public service. Talent management allows talented people equal access to the institution’s decisionmaking processes and also allows the public service to benefi t from the expertise that will improve its effectiveness, which will in turn enhance service delivery

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http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ai.v40i2.64390
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