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Multinational companies started introducing and implementing talent management (TM) in the 1990s. It is now popular in the private and non-governmental sector, as well. The idea is to identify talent and manage it in the best way that benefits both the organization and the employee. There is a significant relationship between investments in talents and the ability to achieve and maintain high performance. When organizations manage human capital as a strategic asset, they will have the type of skilled workforce that is the key to achieve sustained business results and ultimately successful outcomes. This study examines the effect of TM on certain organizational outcomes that positively support performance: employee engagement, employee satisfaction, organizational growth and high performance. It conducts a research in a multinational company and another in a public sector company in the petroleum sector in Egypt. When comparing the results of both studies, it is evident that there is a positive and significant relation between TM and positive organizational outcomes that contribute to organizational success.