When organizations fail at talent management, talented women and men have a hard time climbing to the highest rungs of corporate leadership. Companies can improve their approach to talent management by engaging in long-term planning, eliminating organizational silos and using consistent criteria to pick out high-performing employees, writes Nick South of Boston Consulting Group. "Providing this sort of clarity and transparency is especially important to talented employees who take time out of the workplace to have children," he writes.

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