• Abstract

    In the current environment, organizations are highly motivated to possess the most effective talent administration solutions. While it is crucial for the growth of an organization, attracting and keeping exceptional talent has proven to be one of the common problems facing businesses. Employee engagement is a crucial element that improves the correlation between talent management (TM) and organizational achievement. The goal of this study is to provide a comprehensive review of the TM techniques that have been presented and used in the relevant literature. Systematic literature review (SLR) is the study approach that was employed to gather and summarize the most significant information about the last four years (2020–2024) of enhancing organizational performance with methods for people management. The SLR procedure used 30 published studies and adhered to PRISMA requirements. By analyzing both internal and external factors that affect TM's application, the research's findings were aimed to provide significant perspectives for the discussion on the validity of TM to public organizations. Talent management improves organizational performance by encouraging team development, involvement, and loyalty, assuring sustained profitability and edge over the competition.

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Agarwal, N., Sriram, S., Bagaria, M. D., Thakker, H., & Kumar, V. V. (2024). Examining the influence of talent management on organizational performance: A comprehensive overview. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6, 2023ss099. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023ss099
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