Meenakshi Sharma 1 ; B.S. Rathore 2
1 Research Scholar, Mody University of Science and Technology, Laxmangarh, India.
2 Ph.D. Supervisor, Mody University of Science and Technology, Laxmangarh, India.

Article Id - IJM_11_12_122, Pages : 1332-1363, Date of Publication : 22, December 2020

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Talent management (TM) has received lots of attention of academicians, practitioners, researchers, scholars, and competitive firms in recent years, but there are many gaps left for further theoretical and empirical development. One of gap is lack of clarity of definition of TM, and the ongoing debate about whether it is merely repackaging of already existing human resource management (HRM) practices or a new concept. In this context, this paper concludes that TM practices are distinct from the traditional HRM practices. The researcher has consolidated the existing literature on TM for designing an integrated model of TM including its antecedents and consequences. The study calls future research to empirically test the derived propositions. The paper includes various theoretical, economic, managerial, and future research implications


Talent Management Practices; Strategic Philosophy; Business Strategy; Management Commitment; Employer Branding; Employee Engagement.

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International Journal of Management (IJM) is an open-access, peer-reviewed international online and print journal published by IAEME Publication. The journal is dedicated to fostering an intellectual platform for high-quality research that covers all aspects of the management field.

Aim and Scope

The primary aim of the International Journal of Management (IJM) is to serve as a global forum for research that advances both the theory and practice of management. It welcomes and publishes original works that hold practical significance and academic value. The journal encourages authors to submit theoretical or empirical papers in various sub-domains of management, ensuring that the latest research findings, trends, and developments are disseminated within the global management community.

Key Areas of Interest:

IJM covers a wide range of subjects within the field of management, including but not limited to:

Management Information System: The study of information systems to support managerial decision-making.

Decision Sciences: Research in quantitative methods and decision-making techniques.

Economics: Exploring economic principles and their application in management.

Management Sciences: A comprehensive understanding of management theory and practice.

Econometrics and Finance: The intersection of economic statistics and financial management.

Business/Management and Accounting: Research in accounting, auditing, and financial management.

Human Resource Management: Study of HR practices, talent management, and organizational development.

Organizational Behavior: Understanding human behavior within organizations.

International and Strategic Management: Research focusing on global business strategies and management.

Marketing/Rural Marketing: Investigation of marketing strategies and rural market dynamics.

International Business and Ethics: Exploration of ethical considerations in international business.

Accounting and Finance Management: Research in financial accounting and management.

Economics Policy: Analysis of economic policies and their impact on management.

Technology and Operations Management: Study of technology's role in operations and supply chain management.

Strategic Planning: Development and implementation of strategic plans for organizations.

Entrepreneurship: Exploration of entrepreneurship, innovation, and startups.

Public Relations: Research in managing and enhancing organizational image and reputation.

Production and Operation Management: Optimizing production and operational processes.

Marketing Management: Investigating marketing strategies and consumer behavior.

Retail Management: Research in the dynamics of retail businesses.

Banking and Insurance Management: Examination of financial institutions and risk management.

Financial Analysis: In-depth analysis of financial data and performance.

Risk Management: Strategies to identify, assess, and manage risks.

Knowledge Management: Managing and utilizing organizational knowledge effectively.

Stress Management: Strategies for managing stress in the workplace.

Business Process Re-Engineering and Value Engineering: Streamlining and optimizing business processes.

Software Project and Quality Management: Managing software projects and ensuring quality.

Brand and Customer Relationship Management: Building and maintaining brand and customer relationships.

Business Process Outsourcing: Research on outsourcing business processes.

Case Studies in Management: In-depth case studies on management practices.

Supply Chain Management: Managing and optimizing supply chain operations.

Consumer Survey and Research: Studies on consumer preferences and behavior.

Data Analysis and Presentation: Techniques for analyzing and presenting data effectively.

English: Language and communication skills in a business context.

Social Science: Incorporating social science research in management studies.

International Journal of Management (IJM) serves as a valuable resource for researchers, academics, and practitioners seeking the latest insights and knowledge in the diverse and ever-evolving field of management. It promotes the dissemination of innovative ideas and practices, contributing to the growth and advancement of the global management community.

Chief Editor

Prof. B. Arthi Gandhimathi - PRJ Publication, India

Managing Editor

Dr. S.Balasubramanian - IAEME Publication, India

Dr. Pon Ramalingam - Hindustan University, India

Dr. K.K.Ramachandran - GRD Institute of Management, India

Dr. J. Joseph Francis - Karunya University, India

Associate Editor

Dr. V. Antony Joe Raja - Sri Muthukumaran Institute of Technology, India

Er. N. Tamil Selvan - RVS College of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore, India

Mr. N. Anandharaj, M.Phil., - Asst. Prof., Department of Commerce, Muthayammal College of Arts & Science, Rasipuram, India

Editorial Board

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Dr. Georgios palaiologos - Royal University for Women, Bahrain

Dr. V. Raghu raman - Senior faculty member- Ibra College of Technology-Oman.

Dr. R. Ravikumar - Tamilnadu Agricultural University,TamilNadu, India.

Dr. A.R.Krishnan - SRM University, Tamilnadu,India.

Dr. Iosif cornel - National Institute of Statistics, Romania

Dr. Pratap Raghunath Desai - Bharati Vidyapeeth University,Maharashtra.

Dr. Aikaterini koskina - Keele University, UK.

Dr. Ashok G. Matani - Govt. College of Engineering Amravati, India.

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Dr. A.K. Garg - MIT, India.

Dr. Leandro torres di - Fluminense Federal University, Brazil.

Dr. Hamid saremi - Azad Islamic University of Iran-Quchan Branch, Iran.

Dr. Nawab ali khan - Salman Bin Abdulaziz University ,Kharj, Saudi Arabia

Dr. Alka swami - Govt. College of Engineering & Technology Bikaner , India.

Dr. Shivakumar deene - Central University of Karnataka, India.

Dr. N. Mahesh - Dhanraj Baid Jain Institute of Management, India.

Dr. Christine palani - Management Consultant, India.

Dr. K.S.Meenakshisundaram - Dr.Bala V Balachandar Campus, Tamilnadu, India

Dr. Dr. Samson O. Fadiya - Girne American University, North Cyprus

Dr. Wilson Udo Udofia - University of Uyo, Nigeria

Dr. N. SHAIKMOHAMED - Jamal Mohamed College(Autonomous) Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu, India

Dr. Manu Melwin Joy - Ilahia College of Engineering and Technology, India

Dr. Subrata Chattopadhyay - Future Institute of Engineering and Management, India

Dr. Venkata Sai Srinivasa Rao Muramalla - Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Dr. V. Sowdamini - Pydah College of Engg&Technology, Viskhapatnam, India

Dr. J. Khaja Sheriff - University of Madras, Tamilnadu, India

Prof. Melnyk Alona Alekseevna - Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine

Dr. S.Senthil Kumar - SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Tamilnadu, India

Dr. Achmad Kautsar - Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia

Dr. M M Bagali - Acharya Institute of Technology, India

Dr. Sapan Kumar Gupta - Amity University, India

Dr. J.Rengamani - AMET Business School AMET University, India

Dr. D.Rajasekar - AMET Business School, AMET University, India

Dr. Stephen M. A. Muathe - Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya

Dr. TCHITCHOUA Jean - University of Yaoundé 2-Soa, Cameroon

Dr. Miao-Shen Chen - Nanhua University, Taiwan

Dr. Ralf Müller - BI Norwegian Business School, Norway

Dr. Esmat Ara - Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh

Dr. Musaddag Elrayah - King Faisal University, School of Business, Hofuf, Saudi Arabia

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Dr. M. Selvam - Alagappa University, India

Dr. Syaikhul Falah - Cendrawasih University, Indonesia

Dr. R. Chroqui - University Hassan the 1st, 26000 Settat, Morocco

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Dr. Anamika Rawat - Associate Professor, Department of Management Studies, SRK University, Bhopal, India

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Mr. C. Jagadeesh Vikram - IAEME Publication, India

Dr. K. Sreenivasaiah - Special officer Academics Joint Director office Mangalore and Asst. Professor of Economics Govt First Grade College For Women’s, Mangalore, Karnataka

Dr. Sriya Chakravarti - Higher Colleges of Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirate

Mr. Mathew Abraham - IT SAP Finance, Schlumberger-Digital Enterprise Systems–SAP ECC, Houston, USA

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Dr. Madhavi Madireddy - Professor in Management and Director, Aurora’s PG College, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad, India

Dr. Subramanian Shanmugam - Associate Professor, Department of Commerce & Business Studies, School of Management, Central University of South Bihar, India

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Dr. Dr. K. Abdus Samad - Jamal Institute of Management, Trichy, Tamilnadu, India

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Dr. N.Shani - Professor, Department of Business Administration, Nehru arts and science college, Coimbatore, India

Dr. T. Manvel Raj - Mohamed Sathak A.J.College of Engineering, India

Dr. Dhanuraj - Management Consultant, India

Prof. Sanobar Anjum - Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Er. Deepika Ttiwari - Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Er. Gajendra Naidu.J - ATMA, India

Dr. S.Saiganesh - Dayananda Sagar Business School, India

Dr. Bamrara.A - HNB Garhwal University, India

Dr. N.Shani - Professor, Department of Business Administration, Nehru arts and science college, Coimbatore, India

Dr. T. Manvel Raj - Mohamed Sathak A.J.College of Engineering, India

Dr. Dhanuraj - Management Consultant, India

Prof. Sanobar Anjum - Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Dr. Deepika Ttiwari - Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Dr. Gajendra Naidu.J - ATMA, India

Dr. S.Saiganesh - Dayananda Sagar Business School, India

Dr. Bamrara.A - HNB Garhwal University, India

Dr. Hari Sundar.G. Ram - Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering, India

Dr. Anshul Gangele - Institute of Technology & Management, India

Dr. Davinder Sharma - BCIPS, India

Prof. Srinivas K T - CIMS - B School, India

Dr. B.Ravi Kumar - Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, India

Dr. Rajesh U Kanthe - BVDU, India

Dr. Swaranjeet Arora - Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore, India

Dr. A.Selvaraj - Gobi Arts and Science College,Tamilnadu, India

Dr. M.A.Lahori - Anekant Institute of Management Studies, Baramati, Pune, India

Dr. V. Antony Joe Raja - Prince Group of Companies, Chennai, India

Prof. Shraddha Chowdhary - Kasturba Gandhi College for Women, Secunderabad, India

Dr. Sivanesan R - St.Jerome's College of Arts and Science,Tamilnadu, India

Prof. Shraddha Mayuresh Bhome - Future Institute Of Engineering and Management and Future Business School, India

Dr. V.Rama Devi - Sikkim Central University, Sikkim, India

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The topics to be covered by International Journal of Management (IJM) include but are not limited to the following fields:

• Management Information System
• Decision Sciences
• Economics
• Management Sciences
• Econometrics and Finance
• Business/Management and Accounting
• Human Resource Management
• Organizational Behaviour
• International and Strategic Management
• Marketing/Rural Marketing
• International Business and Ethics
• Accounting and Finance Management
• Economics Policy
• Technology and Operations Management
• Strategic Planning
• Entrepreneurship
• Public Relation

• History

• Production and Operation Management
• Human Resources Management
• Marketing Management
• Retail Management
• Banking and Insurance Management
• Financial Analysis
• Risk Management
• Knowledge Management
• Stress Management
• Business Process Re-Engineering and Value Engineering
• Software Project and Quality Management
• Brand and Customer Relationship Management
• Business Process Outsourcing
• Case Studies in Management
• Supply Chain Management
• Consumer Survey and Research
• Data Analysis and Presentation

• English

• Social Science


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Publication years 2010-2023
Publication count 4722
Total Volumes 14
Total Issues 105
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