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P-ISSN: 2708-4515, E-ISSN: 2708-4523

2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part D

Two-decade journey of managing talent research: A bibliometric analysis

Author(s): Ruby Gothwal, Neha Nain and Dr. Divya Malhan

Abstract: Purpose: The paper seeks to provide an overview of talent management's theoretical foundations, research trajectories, and possible future research directions.Design/Methodology/Approach: The Scopus database was used to find studies on this topic. A total of 276 papers were chosen for bibliometric analysis. R studio was used to collect and analyze the data. Findings: The study's findings demonstrate that the theoretical foundations of subjects connected to talent management can be characterized by eleven groups of referenced references. The majority of authors are (Dries, 2013). Tansley (2011), D'Annunzio-Green (2008), and Collings (2014). Also provided are the four research themes related to this study domain. The outcomes also point to intriguing study areas.Research Limitations/Implications: Based on qualitative literature evaluations and quantitative bibliometric research, this study provided a comprehensive overview of where this domain is at the moment. The study also emphasized the wealth of talent management literature and indicated research areas that require additional investigation to improve both theoretic and empirical understanding of talent management.Practical Implications: For further study, some talent management-related topics were suggested. The study includes some helpful tips and examples as well. The study's findings can help practitioners and researchers better understand the state of talent management and trending concerns. Also, it serves as a useful reference for identifying any potential gaps in the literature.Originality/Value: In order to pinpoint the theoretical underpinnings, research trajectories, and research themes, as well as to suggest prospective future directions, this study analyzed 276 articles at the confluence of talent management research domain in human resource and related subjects.

DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2023.v4.i1d.186

Pages: 343-350 | Views: 506 | Downloads: 257

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Ruby Gothwal, Neha Nain, Dr. Divya Malhan. Two-decade journey of managing talent research: A bibliometric analysis. Asian J Manage Commerce 2023;4(1):343-350. DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2023.v4.i1d.186
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