Purpose: Elites, as one of the most effective social groups, have a significant role in advancing social and national goals and achieving country's progress in various fields.
Design/ methodology/ approach: The research method is based on library studies, specialized into interviews with experts and content analysis. In order to evaluate national policies in this field, the CIPP method has been used, which examines the policy system of top talents and elites in the dimensions of context, input, process and output.
Research Findings: Based on the Themes analysis of the expert interviews, solutions have been explained in cultural and discourse axes, policy axis, structural reforms and executive mechanisms. Among the most important solutions are "the need for macro-architecture and the integration of the governance ecosystem, including education, higher education, administrative system, etc." The need to create a human resources architecture in the administrative system "," providing financial resources and support and employer mechanisms in raising elites”, etc. can be mentioned.
Limitations & Consequences: Among the most important limitations of the research, we can mention the limited internal background and financial limitations in this field. The main consequence of this research is the policy-making bodies in the field of talent development and elites, which helps to understand the big issue and make appropriate decisions in talent development.
Practical Consequences: This research is useful in Talent Policy Making in National Level.
Innovation or value of the Article: The main initiative of the article is to focus on national policies in the field of talent development and explanation and formulation of the problem on a large and national scale.
Paper Type: Research Paper