What is GETM3?
GETM3 – Global Entrepreneurial Talent Management 3 – is a project that focuses on young talent as a key driver of future development, developed through co-operation of 3 stakeholders: employers (inc MNC & SME’s), universities and students/graduates. Despite a widely recognized importance of young talent (e.g. Europe 2020), its potential remains largely untapped. They are educated and entrepreneurial and yet experience instability in employment. At the same time, employers report skills mismatch and difficulties with attracting, managing and retaining young talent. To tackle this paradoxical situation, an innovative, multi-perspective approach is needed, reinforced by our 15 partner consortium; comprising of a transnational, inter-disciplinary, inter-generational, gender balanced and inter-sectorial research team.
Project Management & Administration
The main goal of this Work Package is to manage all the project on the research and administrative level.
The main goal of this Work Package is to actively manage and quality assure the integration of GETM3 across six dimensions (generations, work packages, disciplines, countries, stakeholders and sectors).
Networking, Dissemination, Knowledge Transfer, Training
The main goal of this Work Package is to develop environment for the active, multi-level development of all project members.
The main goal of this Work Package is to apply and manage the ethical standards and guidelines for the whole project.
Research Work Streams
Student & Graduate Development
The main research aim is to understand the needs and desires, expectations and attitudes and work- and study-related values of individual students / graduates in analyzed countries towards university curriculum and employers and to produce deliverables to support individuals in developing the competences to manage their careers successfully and integrate their entrepreneurial traits to the benefit of their employers and themselves and work internationally.
The main research aim is to develop recommendations for pedagogical and curriculum innovation. This part of a reasearch will show (…) What is more, the findings in this field are going to be integrated with the findings of research on Student & Graduate Development and Resolving employers GTM challenges of young employees.
Resolving employers GTM challenges of young employees
The main research objective of this work package is to identify global talent management approaches, models and practices applicable to SMEs in transitional countries/regions in EU and Asia, with the special focus on young (future) employees.
Aims and Objectives
Due to its complexity the GETM3 project consist of many aims and objective, which can be divided into two group – research and managerial.
Research Aims and Objectives
- Determining how students from selected countries in the EU and Asia understand the entrepreneurial characteristics and a successful career.
- Discovering needs and expectations of students (BA, MA, PhD level) concerning stimulation of the development of entrepreneurship, innovativeness and creativity in an academic and business environment.
- Discovering the students’ values relating to university experience and (first) employment.
- Understanding of students’ opinions on main obstacles preventing the development of entrepreneurship, innovativeness and creativity in an academic and work environment, including analysis of gender issues.
- Defining guidelines for effective use of students/graduates’ skills and characteristics in the context of gathered data.
- To identify, investigate and explore existing innovative and experimental approaches to teaching and learning for young talent’s development for employment from around the world.
- To analyse how these initiatives are perceived by young talent (students and graduates)
- To analyse how these initiatives are perceived by teachers
- To analyse how these initiatives are perceived by employers
- To apply Lean Six Sigma principles to this work to identify opportunities
- To generate new ideas through co-creative workshops held at NU’s Innovate facility in the Northern Design Centre during UNN Sandpits
- To gain a better understanding of employers’ expectations and needs regarding young employees and graduates’ competencies and skills (for engineering and business graduates).
- To identify the content of the employer’s side of psychological contract, e.g. how do they perceive their obligations and what are they willing to offer to young employees.
- To gain a better understanding of young employees needs and expectations regarding their careers, their psychological contract and their evaluation of TM practices of their employers.
- To improve matching of employers and young employee expectations and person-organization fit.
- To help employers attract young talent through employer branding aimed at young university graduates.
- To improve talent management practices of SMEs taking into account diversity of future employees (e.g. national, cultural, gender, occupation).
- To reduce employers’ risks of losing young talents and improve talent retention policies and organizational support mechanisms by applying the Six Sigma approach.
Managerial Aims and Objectives
- To manage and administrate the project as a whole, monitoring milestones.
- To support and advise the Project Steering Committee (inc. WP Leaders).
- To liaise with the Project Advisory Board.
- To liaise with the funding body and produce mandatory reports.
- To develop and manage the overall mobility plan.
- To develop and manage the project risk management plan.
- To manage the finances of the project.
- To advise on and ensure the gender aspects of the project overall.
- To advise on and ensure the overall impact of the project.
- To assure the development of sustainable partnerships throughout the consortium and externally.
- To manage the non-sector partner relationships (Key Account Managers per country / TC partner) and other external organisations supporting the project.
- To strategically plan for, actively manage and quality assure the integration of GETM3 across six dimensions (generations, work packages, disciplines, countries, stakeholders and sectors).
- To synthesise the research outcomes from GETM3 into “capstone” contributions, tailored to meet the needs of stakeholders.
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