Talent is the specific skills and abilities workers need to properly perform a specific set of activities.
The talent capability is the business capability system which functions to realize the skills, abilities, training, certifications, positional levels and professional development needed to support the operations capability.
The purpose of talent management is to enable and assure the abilities of the skills, abilities, training, certification, knowledge and experience of the workers needed in the operations of the enterprise.
Talent management is the business capability management of the talent capability.
The purpose of talent management is to enable and assure the management and abilities of the talent of the workers needed in the operations of the enterprise are controlled, balanced and aligned to the mission and needs of the enterprise as a whole.
Talent Management Responsibilities
The business manager role is responsible for talent management of the talent capability.
Talent management work products include talent management ideas, requirements, plans, risks, opportunities, reviews, decisions and action items.
The talent architecture is the business architecture of talent management of the talent capability.
The business manager role uses the talent architecture to support talent management responsibilities and activities.
The purpose of the talent architecture is to provide a management structure to enable and assure the talent capability is controlled, balanced and aligned to the mission and needs of the enterprise as a whole.
The structure includes skills, abilities and professional development.
Talent Architecture Responsibilities
The business architect role is responsible for architecting the talent architecture in support of the talent management responsibilities of the business manager role.
Talent architecture work products include talent architecture concepts, descriptions, models, views, viewpoints, specifications and analyses.
As shown in Figure 50 – Talent Team Concept, talent is interconnected with and interdependent on organization and integration, roles, data, configurations, records, information utilization, system products and service catalog.
Figure 50 – Talent Team Concept