Factors Affecting Implimentation of Talent Management in State Corporations: A Case Study of Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

STEPHEN MUIGAI KIMANI, SIMON MAINA WAITHAKA

Abstract


alent management is gaining popularity as a significant predictor of employee and business performance. It enhances integration of new workers, developing and retaining existing workers as well as attracting experienced and qualified persons to work for organization. The study adopted descriptive design. The study targeted a population of 159 management employees working at Kenya broadcasting corporation, in Nairobi broadcasting House. Regression models were used to examine how reward system, organization culture, career development and work place environment affected implementation of talent management in the state corporations. Questionnaires were used as the main data collection. Descriptive statistics and inferential data analysis method was to analyze the gathered data.

 

The findings indicated that reward system, organization culture, career development and work place environment affected implementation of talent management in the state corporations .


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v3i4.28

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