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Competencies and (Global) Talent Management

Global Talent Management in the Not-for-Profit SectorIntroductionDiversity of Talent Management in Mission-Driven OrganisationsTM at MSFOrganisation OverviewDefinition of Talent and TMMain Focus of TMAttracting TalentsDeveloping TalentsRetaining TalentsUse of TechnologyFuture of TMChallenges in Implementing TMTM at UNICEFOrganisation overviewDefinition of talent and TMThe organisation’s approach to attracting, developing and retaining talentUse of technologyFuture of TMChallenge of TMJoint TM at OCHA and UNDPOrganisation OverviewDefinition of Talent and TMMain Focus of TMAttracting TalentsDeveloping TalentsRetaining TalentsUse of TechnologyFuture of TMChallenges of TMMain Differences Between Talent Management in NFPs and MNCsComparison of TM in MNCs and NFPsDefinition of Talent and TMMain Focus of TMAttracting TalentsDeveloping TalentsRetaining TalentsTechnologyFuture of TMChallenges of TMMutual Learning Between NFPs and MNCsConclusionReferencesThe Transferable Skills Development Programme of a Portuguese Economics and Management Faculty: The Perceptions of Graduate StudentsIntroductionTheoretical BackgroundThe Concept of “Competence ” and Different ApproachesTransferable Skills: Definition of the ConceptThe Development of Transferable Skills in the Academic ContextThe Development of New Skills from the Students ’ PerspectiveThe Case of the Transferable Skills Development Programme in a Portuguese faculty of Economics and ManagementThe Research Design and SampleTransferable Skills Development Programme?FindingsThe Importance of Transferable Skills Versus Technical SkillsThe Most Relevant Transferable SkillsMechanisms and Programmes for Developing Transferable SkillsPerceptions of the Transferable Skills Development ProgrammeConclusionsReferencesOrganizational Propensities to Share: Revisiting Talent Mobilization and Redistribution in Multinational CorporationsIntroductionOrganizational Talent and Its Global ManagementToward a Definition of TalentTalent Management and Global Talent ManagementInterrogating Organizational Meta-principles Regarding TalentInclusive and Exclusive Talent PerspectivesInternal and External Sources of TalentTalent of People or Talent for JobsReconsidering Underlying Human Resource PhilosophiesArchitectural Structures for Talent Mobility and UtilizationExpatriation: Connecting Core and PeripheryInpatriation: Connecting Periphery and CoreGlobal Talent Teams: Virtual RedistributionCross-cultural Competency TrainingConclusionReferencesWhat Is Talent Management? The Perception from International Human Resources Management StudentsIntroductionTalent Management: An Overview of the LiteratureTalent Management: Different PerspectivesTalent Management: HRM DefinitionsTalent Management: Human Resources Management and Relevant Theoretical PerspectivesResearch MethodFindings and DiscussionWhat Talent Management Means to You?For You What Is a Talent?How Can HRM Help a Company to Attract Talent?How Can HRM Help a Company to Retain Talent?Can You Identify Three Talents (Individual and/or Collective)?Can You Identify a Business Company that, in Your Opinion, Adequately Manage Its Talents?In Your Opinion, How Can a Company Waste/Lose Its Talents?Can You Identify Any Team/Person that Has Done or Does Good Talent Management?Thinking About Yourself, What Talents Do You Have?ConclusionReferencesJob Market, Generations, and TalentsIntroductionThe Volatility of the Job MarketHuman Capital: The Key to SuccessManaging Generational Diversity in OrganizationsGeneration Baby Boomers (1946-1964)Generation X (1965-1979)Generation Y (1980-2000)Generation Z (After 2000)Valued Skills When Searching for TalentRetain Talent, Pleasure GenerationsConclusionReferencesGlobal Talent Management: Reality or Utopia? A Special Glance Through a Portuguese Multinational OrganizationIntroductionLiterature ReviewGlobal Talent ManagementDefinition and Evolutionary PerspectivePrinciples of Effective Global Talent ManagementHuman Resources Roles in Global Talent Management and Contextual FactorsResearch MethodologyAnalysis and Discussion of ResultsThe CompanyHuman Resources Management: Integrated Talent ManagementTalent Management and Leadership Development: The “Talent Nine-Box Grid”The Company’s Main Talent Management ChallengesPrinciples Examination to an Effective Global Talent ManagementHRM Roles in Global Talent Management Examination and the Influence of the Organizational ContextFinal Considerations and RecommendationsConclusionsLimitations and Suggestions for Further ResearchesReferences

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