Global Entrepreneurial Talent Management 3
Global project connecting academic and business partners from the Ireland, Poland, Slovenia, United Kingdom, and South Korea.
About The Project
GETM3 is an international, interdisciplinary research and innovation project funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 stream. It is aimed at improving employability of global talent and talent management practices to support economic development. It is a global project connecting academic and business partners from the Ireland, Poland, Slovenia, United Kingdom, and South Korea. University of Ljubljana, one of the project partners, is organizing the 3rd researcher gathering, referred to as “sandpit”, between 19th and 22nd of September, 2017. Sandpits are organized quarterly by academic partners across the globe to connect international and domestic researchers, exchange knowledge and ideas, and make progress towards fulfilling GETM3 research objectives. The upcoming intensive program that will take place at Faculty of Economics, will focus on how to conduct high-quality and high-impact research in social sciences. We will cover different research methods in the social sciences and apply the acquired knowledge to a business setting.
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Enhancing the trustworthiness and credibility of human resource development: Evidence-based management to the rescue?
Claire Gubbins, Brian Harney, Lisa van der Werff, Denise M. Rousseau
Beyond disicplines: can design approaches be used to develop education for jobs that don’t yet exist?
M Bailey, A Pearce, N Spencer, K Mihelic, B Harney, K Dziewanowska
Holistic learning: Big lessons for academics, students and SMEs
Wanting it all: the challenges of managing young talent in transition economies
Nada Zupan, Katarzyna Dziewanowska, Alison Pearce
Capturing the value of international staff mobility in higher education: a customer-dominant logic approach
Katarzyna Dziewanowska, Rose Quan, Alison Pearce
Knowing Me is the Key: Implications of Anticipatory Psychological Contract for Millennials’ Retention
(Book Chapter) Authors:
Nada Zupan, Katarina Katja Mihelič, Darija Aleksić
Notes on Designer Entrepreneurs and “The Geppetto Effect”
Jose Aldo Valencia Hernandez, Alison Pearce