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Take a landscape view across the spectrum of human capital management. With examples from companies like IBM, GE, FedEx, Starbucks, P&G, Microsoft, Marriott, Zappos, John Deer and Toyota, you will learn how to ensure enduring strength and financial returns through effective talent management practices.