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Facebook’s Amazing Talent Management Practices — and What You Must Learn From Them

Facebook’s Amazing Talent Management Practices — and What You Must Learn From Them

“Amazing” is the most accurate word to describe both the business results and the talent management approaches at Facebook. This presentation will highlight the results of a five-year case study of Facebook conducted by Dr. John Sullivan. 

At this session, you will learn:

• How Facebook’s talent management practices are so advanced that some of them are superior to the approaches used by its Silicon Valley neighbors Google and Apple.
• What each practice is trying to accomplish and why it works.
• Facebook’s approach to increasing speed and innovation in the workforce.

Speaker: Dr. John Sullivan, Professor, Management, San Francisco State University

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