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Tag Cloud
A "tag cloud" is a graphical representation of tags that shows (typically by font size) the frequency of tags or frequency of documents containing a tag, making it easy for people to navigate large amounts of tagged information.
“Tagging” refers to an individual’s ability to “tag” a note onto any object, blog posting or article, so that others can find the resource more easily; the system can then categorize tags into groups or what is commonly called, “tag clouds.” Tagging enables users to dynamically categorize content, showing its popularity, frequency of use and topic area.
Tailored Benefits Packages
Customized benefits packages that are specifically designed for various talent segments based on needs, motivating factors and available benefit options. Packages are often customized to critical talent roles, organizational levels and organizational diversity groups, all within the context of supporting a talent strategy and business goals.
For some companies, “talent” includes everyone within the organization; for other companies, “talent” is limited to critical roles, segments and positions within the organization that create the most impact on the business goals.
Talent Acquisition (with maturity model and framework)

“Talent acquisition” is a strategic approach to identifying, attracting, and onboarding talent to efficiently and effectively meet dynamic business needs.


For more information on this topic, we recommend learning about our Talent Acquisition Maturity Model. (Also see "talent acquisition maturity.")


The Bersin by Deloitte Talent Acquisition Framework describes all of the elements of talent acquisition.

Talent Acquisition Maturity
“Talent acquisition maturity” is the level of an organization’s readiness and experience in relation to its capabilities to develop sound strategies that support the effective attraction and selection of talent, while aligning to the business.

Talent Acquisition Program Management
“Talent acquisition program management” refers to the development, implementation, and management of programs that support talent attraction, selection, and, retention. Talent acquisition programs are designed to align with the organization’s business strategy and support critical talent strategies across the organization.
Talent Acquisition Services
Services that support a strategic approach to identifying, attracting and onboarding top talent.
Talent Advisory Council

A “talent advisory council” is a cross-functional group of HR and business leaders that focuses specifically on talent management topics and decisions for the organization. This council can set and maintain talent strategies.

The objectives for a talent advisory council are to drive talent decisions, align talent strategy, and create talent champions. These councils are comprised of respected, influential, and open-minded senior leaders, and are typically led by a business leader, not HR (although HR has one to two seats on the council, usually the chief HR officer and the most senior talent management leader). Membership on the talent advisory council should be seen as prestigious and important, not just a place to develop leaders. These councils typically meet either monthly or quarterly.

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Talent Analytics (with maturity model and framework)

“Talent analytics” is the use of measurement and analysis techniques to understand, improve, and optimize the people side of business.” (This is also referred to as Big Data and people analytics.)


Organizations have millions of data elements about people—demographic data, performance data, job history, compensation, mobility, assessment, training, and more. This data can be correlated and matched to many different types of business data to help companies to understand profiles and behaviors which create high performance. For example, a food-service company found that its client renewal rate is highly dependent on certain skills, behaviors, and learning activities. This correlation was so high that the company developed a dashboard for all of its account teams which monitor these talent metrics with red / yellow / green measures for managers to use. There are hundreds of other applications for talent analytics.


For more information on this topic, we recommend learning about our Talent Analytics Maturity Model.

The Bersin by Deloitte Talent Analytics Framework describes all of the elements of talent analytics.

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