Talent Management Practices and Organizational Performance in Nepalese Private Commercial Banks: A Structural Equal Modeling


  • Surendra Mahato, Joginder Goet, Dr. Hira Lal Shrestha, Ms. Tooba Modassir, Dr. Shubhra Rahul, Manoj L. Mishra


The research is intended to determine the impact of talent management on organizational performance in Nepalese commercial banks. It also identified how the talent management affects organizational performance. A sample of 435 employees working in Nepalese commercial banks was randomly selected from fifteen banks out of twenty eight commercial banks based on operating more than ten years. Data analysis was done using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation, regression analysis, and Multicollinearity. The study has used SPSS AMOS 21 for analyzing data collected from different private banks employees working in Kathmandu valley. The result revealed that three constructs i.e. talent attraction, talent development, and talent retention have significant impact on organizational performance in Nepalese commercial banks. The findings are discussed with a view to improve the organizational performance in Nepalese banking sector. Modern organizational have found to have given much attention on talent management for the improvement of overall organizational performance at global level.