Title: Global talent management 2015 : a status quo and its future prospects
Language: English
Authors: Diem, Beatrix Elena 
Qualification level: Diploma
Advisor: Weyer, Doris 
Issue Date: 2015
Number of Pages: 119
Qualification level: Diploma
Abstract: 
The topic of this Master-s Thesis is -Global talent management 2015 - a status quo and its future prospects-. The research question of the Master-s Thesis is first about: -What is the understanding and practice of GTM in the year 2015?- and second it asks: -What kind of future prospects does GTM have?- The chosen methodology is based on a literature research and literature analysis on the historic development of GTM since the 1990ies of the last century and a trend research and analysis on future global work trends affecting future GTM. The core part of the Master-s Thesis is the author-s recommendation for a playbook on how to innovate GTM in Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) supported by talents and legislations of nations and economic areas. The author closes the core part by a strategic recommendation for a new era in corporate GTM. The author-s recommendation is based on the personal perception on how all stakeholders involved (- MNEs, talents and even countries or trade areas -) are able to support the creative destruction of current GTM. The main aim of a new GTM is to innovate the virtuous circle of GTM. The newly established corporate GTM inherits the power to lead to a deeply content talent pool. In return on this corporate investment the talents provide MNEs with sustainable global economic growth. The overall conclusion by the author claims clearly for an innovation in GTM right now, or MNEs will lose their competitive advantage in the future.

The topic of this Master-s Thesis is -Global talent management 2015 - a status quo and its future prospects-. The research question of the Master-s Thesis is first about: -What is the understanding and practice of GTM in the year 2015?- and second it asks: -What kind of future prospects does GTM have?- The chosen methodology is based on a literature research and literature analysis on the historic development of GTM since the 1990ies of the last century and a trend research and analysis on future global work trends affecting future GTM. The core part of the Master-s Thesis is the author-s recommendation for a playbook on how to innovate GTM in Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) supported by talents and legislations of nations and economic areas. The author closes the core part by a strategic recommendation for a new era in corporate GTM. The author-s recommendation is based on the personal perception on how all stakeholders involved (- MNEs, talents and even countries or trade areas -) are able to support the creative destruction of current GTM. The main aim of a new GTM is to innovate the virtuous circle of GTM. The newly established corporate GTM inherits the power to lead to a deeply content talent pool. In return on this corporate investment the talents provide MNEs with sustainable global economic growth. The overall conclusion by the author claims clearly for an innovation in GTM right now, or MNEs will lose their competitive advantage in the future.
Keywords: Global talent management; global work trends; playbook; future global talent managmement; MNE
URI: https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-88186
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12708/4914
Library ID: AC12633943
Organisation: E017 - Continuing Education Center 
Publication Type: Thesis
Hochschulschrift
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