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Interview with Jeffrey M Cohn on Talent Management

February 2007 - By Dr. Nagendra V Chowdary

Designing positions that allow each and every individual to leverage their particular strengths and passion is the best way to build pride and to retain talent over the long haul.
—Jeffrey M Cohn
Effective executive interview with Jeffrey M Cohn on Talent Management

Jeffrey M Cohn helps organizations develop better succession planning processes and groom rising stars into future leaders. Cohn was previously a Research Fellow at the Harvard Business School; the Director of Research at Chief Executive Leadership Institute (now at Yale); and a Director at the Law & Economics Consulting Group. He has given speeches on leadership and succession planning and has published widely, including a recent cover story in the Harvard Business Review, "Growing Talent as if Your Business Depended on It" (with R Khurana and L Reeves). He has also published in The Economist Intelligence Unit;

Wall Street Journal (Career Journal); Directorship; Workforce Management; the Balanced Scorecard Report and has another Harvard Business Review article forthcoming on leadership, teamwork and innovation

He can also be reached at

Useful for Understanding of:

  • Succession Planning
  • Talent management
  • Steps in Talent Management.
Originally Published in Effective Executive, IUP
Effective Executive Reference No. 03M-2007-02-05-06
IBSCDC Reference No. INT0031
Year and Month of Publication February 2007
Keywords Jeffrey M Cohn , Succession Planning, Talent management, Steps in Talent Management

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