Some employees are more talented than others. That's a fact of organizational life that few executives and HR managers would dispute. The real question is how to treat the people who appear to have the highest potential. Read what HR executives at dozens of top companies said about the experiences they provide for "high potentials" and about their criteria for getting and staying on the list.
HBS professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter explores why women's compensation and advancement to the highest ranks have failed to keep pace with their impressive inroads into the workforce.
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