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Competencies and (Global) Talent Management

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Competencies and (Global) Talent Management
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Competencies and (Global) Talent Management
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Competencies and (Global) Talent Management
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Competencies and (Global) Talent Management
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Editor and Contributors -- 1 Global Talent Management in the Not-for-Profit Sector -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Diversity of Talent Management in Mission-Driven Organisations -- 3 TM at MSF -- 3.1 Organisation Overview -- 3.2 Definition of Talent and TM -- 3.3 Main Focus of TM -- 3.4 Attracting Talents -- 3.5 Developing Talents -- 3.6 Retaining Talents -- 3.7 Use of Technology -- 3.8 Future of TM -- 3.9 Challenges in Implementing TM -- 4 TM at UNICEF -- 4.1 Future of TM -- 4.2 Challenge of TM -- 4.3 Joint TM at OCHA and UNDP -- 4.4 Organisation Overview -- 4.5 Definition of Talent and TM -- 4.6 Main Focus of TM -- 4.7 Attracting Talents -- 4.8 Developing Talents -- 4.9 Retaining Talents -- 4.10 Use of Technology -- 4.11 Future of TM -- 4.12 Challenges of TM -- 5 Main Differences Between Talent Management in NFPs and MNCs -- 6 Comparison of TM in MNCs and NFPs -- 6.1 Definition of Talent and TM -- 6.2 Main Focus of TM -- 6.3 Attracting Talents -- 6.4 Developing Talents -- 6.5 Retaining Talents -- 6.6 Technology -- 6.7 Future of TM -- 6.8 Challenges of TM -- 7 Mutual Learning Between NFPs and MNCs -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- 2 The Transferable Skills Development Programme of a Portuguese Economics and Management Faculty: The Perceptions of Graduate Students -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theoretical Background -- 2.1 The Concept of "Competence" and Different Approaches -- 2.2 Transferable Skills: Definition of the Concept -- 2.3 The Development of Transferable Skills in the Academic Context -- 2.4 The Development of New Skills from the Students' Perspective -- 3 The Case of the Transferable Skills Development Programme in a Portuguese faculty of Economics and Management -- 4 The Research Design and Sample -- 5 Findings -- 5.1 The Importance of Transferable Skills Versus Technical Skills
  • 5.2 The Most Relevant Transferable Skills -- 5.3 Mechanisms and Programmes for Developing Transferable Skills -- 5.4 Perceptions of the Transferable Skills Development Programme -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- 3 Organizational Propensities to Share: Revisiting Talent Mobilization and Redistribution in Multinational Corporations -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Organizational Talent and Its Global Management -- 2.1 Toward a Definition of Talent -- 2.2 Talent Management and Global Talent Management -- 3 Interrogating Organizational Meta-principles Regarding Talent -- 3.1 Inclusive and Exclusive Talent Perspectives -- 3.2 Internal and External Sources of Talent -- 3.3 Talent of People or Talent for Jobs -- 3.4 Reconsidering Underlying Human Resource Philosophies -- 4 Architectural Structures for Talent Mobility and Utilization -- 4.1 Expatriation: Connecting Core and Periphery -- 4.2 Inpatriation: Connecting Periphery and Core -- 4.3 Global Talent Teams: Virtual Redistribution -- 4.4 Cross-cultural Competency Training -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- 4 What Is Talent Management? The Perception from International Human Resources Management Students -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Talent Management: An Overview of the Literature -- 2.1 Talent Management: Different Perspectives -- 2.2 Talent Management: HRM Definitions -- 2.3 Talent Management: Human Resources Management and Relevant Theoretical Perspectives -- 3 Research Method -- 4 Findings and Discussion -- 4.1 What Talent Management Means to You? -- 4.2 For You What Is a Talent? -- 4.3 How Can HRM Help a Company to Attract Talent? -- 4.4 How Can HRM Help a Company to Retain Talent? -- 4.5 Can You Identify Three Talents (Individual and/or Collective)? -- 4.6 Can You Identify a Business Company that, in Your Opinion, Adequately Manage Its Talents?
  • 4.7 In Your Opinion, How Can a Company Waste/Lose Its Talents? -- 4.8 Can You Identify Any Team/Person that Has Done or Does Good Talent Management? -- 4.9 Thinking About Yourself, What Talents Do You Have? -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- 5 Job Market, Generations, and Talents -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Volatility of the Job Market -- 3 Human Capital: The Key to Success -- 4 Managing Generational Diversity in Organizations -- 4.1 Generation Baby Boomers (1946-1964) -- 4.2 Generation X (1965-1979) -- 4.3 Generation Y (1980-2000) -- 4.4 Generation Z (After 2000) -- 5 Valued Skills When Searching for Talent -- 6 Retain Talent, Pleasure Generations -- 7 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Global Talent Management: Reality or Utopia? A Special Glance Through a Portuguese Multinational Organization -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Global Talent Management -- 2.1.1 Definition and Evolutionary Perspective -- 2.1.2 Principles of Effective Global Talent Management -- 2.1.3 Human Resources Roles in Global Talent Management and Contextual Factors -- 3 Research Methodology -- 4 Analysis and Discussion of Results -- 4.1 The Company -- 4.2 Human Resources Management: Integrated Talent Management -- 4.3 Talent Management and Leadership Development: The "Talent Nine-Box Grid" -- 4.4 The Company's Main Talent Management Challenges -- 4.5 Principles Examination to an Effective Global Talent Management -- 4.6 HRM Roles in Global Talent Management Examination and the Influence of the Organizational Context -- 4.7 Final Considerations and Recommendations -- 5 Conclusions -- 6 Limitations and Suggestions for Further Researches -- References -- Index
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