©2014, 6" x 9,” 288 pages
Product Code B340
Edited by William J. Rothwell, PhD, SPHR, CPLP Fellow, Aileen G.
Zaballero, CPLP, and Jong Gyu Park, MBA
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Optimizing Talent in the Federal Workforce
Taxpayers deserve the very best from public services, and first-rate public services can only be provided by outstanding government workers. Federal human resource managers face the challenge of attracting and retaining high-caliber individuals within the constraints of ever-tightening budgets and often-conflicting political directives. From a talent management perspective, Optimizing Talent in the Federal Workforce explores:
This text is a must-read for anyone in or working toward a government management position.
- Best practices for recruiting and selecting employees
- Proven methods for developing and training employees
- Optimal deployment and placement processes.
Introduction • Recruiting and Selecting the Best People • Developing and Training the Best People • Deploying and Placing the Best People • Engaging the Best People • Retaining the Best People • Knowledge Transfer
About the Editors
William J. Rothwell,
Ph.D., SPHR, CPLP Fellow
is a professor
in the Workforce Education and Development program, Department of Learning and
Performance Systems, at The
Pennsylvania State University.He has authored, co-authored, edited, or
co-edited more than 80 books as well as numerous book chapters and articles. He
is currently president of Rothwell & Associates, Inc.
Aileen G. Zaballero, MS, CPLP
, is a dual PhD candidate in Workforce Education and Development
and Comparative International Education, with an emphasis on organization development, at Penn State University. She is
a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance through the American Society for Training and Development.
Jong Gyu Park is a PhD candidate in the Workforce Education and Development program, with an emphasis on human resource development and organization development, at Penn State University. He also is a PhD candidate in Business Administration, with an emphasis on management and organization, at Sungkyunkwan University School of Business in Seoul, South Korea.