Investigating the influence of Talent Management Strategy on Organizational Change: Examining the mediating effect of Organizational Innovation
Overview: This study investigated the influence of Talent Management Strategy (TMS) on Organizational Change (OC) in Jordan commercial banks. This study also examined the mediating effect of Organizational Innovation (OI).
Nature approach and philosophy: This study was purely quantitative and cross-sectional by using the positivist philosophy and deductive approach.
Data collection: Data sought by close-ended questionnaire using simple random sampling technique.
Population sample and sampling technique: A sum of 350 instruments delivered to Managers and Assistant Managers, who were working in 16 commercial banks based in Amman, Jordan, out of that 247 instruments considered fit for making data analysis and interpretation.
Analysis & interpretation: Descriptive data analyzed by SPSS and model verified through PLS-SEM.
Conclusions: TMS comprised of Talent Acquisition (TA), Performance & Evaluation (P&E) and Talent Retention (TR). All direct relationships tested positive and significant except TA with OC and P&E with OC. Further, this study also approved mediating effect between OI, TMS and OC.
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