Guriqbal Singh Gill

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  • Col Guriqbal Singh Gill is Research Fellow at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi.

    Managing Officer Talent in the Army: A Study of the US System

    US Army talent management system indicates reliance on basic human capital theory and the premise that all officers have distinctive talents that need to be honed for senior officer billets which have different and distinctive talent requirements. Research indicates that the Indian Army neither has talent data nor a talent management system that this framework requires. Therefore, it is forced to adopt a one-size-fits-all strategy for managing officers that is primarily centred on developing proficiency only in warfare.

    January-March 2024

    Israel’s Approach to Building Cyber Capabilities: Lessons for the Indian Armed Forces

    The Israel Defence Force (IDF) follows a whole-of-nation approach to build effective cyber capabilities, which can be studied to draw lessons for the Indian armed forces.

    May 31, 2023

    Talent Management Best Practices and HRM Concepts in the Armed Forces

    A wide range of talent management initiatives are being implemented by armies across the world to ensure the right mix of skills, experience, and leadership to meet the challenges of modern warfare.

    May 12, 2023

    Corporate Talent Management and Subject Matter Experts in the Armed Forces

    The development of Subject Matter Experts involves identifying individuals with specialised knowledge and skills and providing them with additional training and support to deepen their expertise.

    May 08, 2023