The Role of Strategic Intelligence in Enhancing Effective Talent Management: A Study on some Academic Institutions of Duhok Governorate
Keywords:Strategic Intelligence; Talent Management; Higher Education.
This paper seeks to illustrate the role of strategic intelligence in enhancing effective talent management (TM) in academic institutions of Duhok governorate. by identifying research’s major problem, which impacts strategic intelligence in enhancing talent management effectiveness in academic institutions in Duhok city? The researchers relied on its both hypotheses. The first one there is a significant relationship between strategic intelligence and effective talent management. The second is strategic intelligence has a positive impact on talent management in the academic institutions of Duhok Governorate. A questionnaire describing strategic intelligence and talent management was designed, distributed, and statistically analyzed using correlation coefficient and linear regression equation to test the research hypothesis validity. The research found that strategic intelligence affects the enhancement of talent management. The study also recommends the tested organizations to pay close and constant attention to strengthening administrative structures and teaching staff in terms of critical thinking, resourcefulness, and strategic intelligence).
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