Talent Management (TM) is a critical agenda item for senior managers. Employers acknowledge that an engaged, skilled and motivated workforce is the key to achieve growth and competitive advantage. Organizations are hiring TM officers and implement TM strategies and programs to attract and retain the best employees, but still find it difficult to find a successful TM approach. Yet, academic research in the field of TM does not give much support in finding the right TM solutions. Despite the enormous expansion of research on TM a degree of ambiguity about definitions and conceptual boundaries remains. Moreover, there is little knowledge about the nature of TM in practice, and how TM evolves over time. This book aims to offers an integrated and contextualized TM framework which addresses both the nature of TM in organizations as it dynamics. This model is based on lessons learned from previous empirical research on TM on the one hand, and on established theoretical frameworks from related academic fields on the other hand. This book is unique for its focus on TM in practice, and its attempt to build a bridge between theory and practice. The book offers a framework that guides TM researchers in their future research on the TM process, and that can help managers and practitioners when implementing and improving their TM approach.