Talent management in the NHS managerial workforce

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Talent management in the NHS managerial workforce. / Powell, Martin; Durose, Joan; Duberley, Joanne; Exworthy, Mark; Fewtrell, Chris; Macfarlane, Fraser; Moss, Philip.

National Institute for Health Research, 2011.

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Powell M, Durose J, Duberley J, Exworthy M, Fewtrell C, Macfarlane F et al. Talent management in the NHS managerial workforce. National Institute for Health Research, 2011.

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Powell, Martin ; Durose, Joan ; Duberley, Joanne ; Exworthy, Mark ; Fewtrell, Chris ; Macfarlane, Fraser ; Moss, Philip. / Talent management in the NHS managerial workforce. National Institute for Health Research, 2011.

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