WAL-MART STORES HAS RAMPED UP ITS talent-acquisition capabilities in the last several years, although the company still faces some challenges in this area. Talent acquisition and development was cited by Mike Duke, Wal-Mart's president and chief executive officer, as one of the key pillars for building the company's future. “We have to be more intentional about developing talented leaders, managers and associates around the world,” he said at the company's ...

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