Is the professionalism in talent management measurable? St. Gallen, in July 2011 – is the professionalism in talent management to measure? And can the various practiced today talent management concepts in companies be compared meaningfully understand each other? Definite yes! “This proves the transformation Management AG with the talent management index, which they in their international research project talent policy on the test” as meter has developed and now internationally protect. The index includes a total of 15 individual criteria and forms as a normative framework, with the four maturity levels of professionalism in the talent management (ad hoc/situational standardized managed/integrated future-oriented/strategic) of each company captured and evaluated can be. With our index we admit a highly effective and at the same time pragmatic tool, the quality of their talent company for the first time management with their industry and partly also their direct competitors compare. At the same time it is possible to put the finger on the wounds of the different concepts of the company and to determine the areas that offer the greatest benefit in the development of their talent management us”, Martin Sonnert, Member of the Board of Directors of TMAG makes it clear. More than 110 companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including large corporations and medium-sized companies, have already management index to review their concepts with the help of the talent. Due to the high level of acceptance and success in the application of the index in the world of business, the TMAG has moved over, to compare now the talent concepts of sports organisations, to analyse countries, such as the German Football Federation or the D/A/CH ski associations and with the results of economic enterprises.
The first very interesting findings of this comparison will be posted shortly. Short portrait transformation management Aktiengesellschaft (www.tmag.ch): the joint-stock company headquartered in St. Gallen, Switzerland, was created in the year 2009 from the German-Swiss transformation consulting group GmbH. She advises companies in dealing with highly complex and difficult processes of change. Based on long-term consulting and management experience, coupled with in-depth specialist and methodological competence in change management, the TMAG accents again remarkable; such as through future mind, the behavior-based business Simulator to determine of the leadership competence, or through the new research focus of neuro-science and change management”. A further focus the task complex includes professionalization of the talent management”.
On the basis of the newly developed talent management index examined the transformation Management AG in cooperation with the Institute for organization and learning of the University of Innsbruck in their current international research project talent policy to the test”methods and professional talent management practices. The study includes currently has approximately 110 companies from Austria, Germany and of Switzerland, of which 70% of the DAX30, 80% the ATX and 50% SMI listed publicly traded companies. The customers include top companies in energy, transport, IT & telecommunications, chemistry, trade, education, health/medicine, services and contracting. Transformation Management AG business impact in change