High-Potential Talent Management: Lessons Learned by Raytheon



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Massachusetts-based Raytheon Company specializes in defense, homeland security, and other government markets worldwide. Like all organizations in these industries, Raytheon faces the reality that there is a limited number of available engineers who possess the defense-related requirements it needs, such as American citizenship and U.S. security clearances. To address this current and growing talent shortage, Raytheon has developed an integrated approach for acquiring, developing, and retaining high-potential talent. Having implemented this approach, Raytheon offers a number of guidelines for organizations looking to adopt or improve high-potential talent-management processes.

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