;Talent management concerns about the people who own core competencies. Based on Resource-Based theory and Human Capital theory, organizations implement talent management activities such as key talent identification, succession planning, talent development, and talent retention to develop and retain internal human capital and intellectual capital. Attracting talent is a way to get external intellectual capital. The purpose of talent management is to sustain and create of differentiation competitive advantage. Therefore, the major purpose of this study is to aims to investigate the impact of talent management on the organization′s financial and non-financial performance. I discuss practical implications and future research directions for talent management and organizational performance.
Based on scholars relevant theories and literatures for talent management and organizational performance, in this study, using the survey result from thirty companies of Taiwan by questionnaire and supported by the data from Market Observation Post System in Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation, Financial Reports and Public Information, I used regression analysis to examine the hypotheses to conclude that talent management, key talent identification and talent retention positively impact the organizational financial and non-financial performance. Talent development positively affects the organizational non-financial performance. In addition, talent attraction positively affects the organizational financial performance.