IMD World Talent Report 2014
Thursday, January 29, 2015
The data includes 19 years of competitiveness-related data which has allowed them to analyse the evolutionary process of the ranking over the last decade, namely from 2005 to 2014.
 
The objective of this report is to assess member countries' ability to develop, attract and retain talent in order to sustain the talent pool available for enterprises.
 
This list of talent competitive countries includes countries that have achieved a top 10 spot ranking for 5 years or more during the period of study.
 
The ranking is based on a country's approach to talent competitiveness based on a balanced commitment to the development of home-grown talent and the attraction of overseas talent through policies designed to meet that same country's talent demands. 
 
The ranking is structured according to:
  • Investment and development
  • Appeal
  • Readiness 
Click here to access the full report.  
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