The overall aim of the aTM projects it to improve the activities and processes that involve the systematic attraction, identification, development, engagement, retention and deployment of those employees which are of particular value to Asian HEI in order to create strategic sustainable success.
Benchmarking Analysis Report
This report has three parts. The first one summarizes the results based on a university-level survey with closed questions about the primary talent management practices in the universities involved in the project. The second one shows how academic and non-academic staff understand academic talent in their institutions. These results come from a staff-level survey where 568 staff from Asian Universities answered the entire questionnaire. Finally, the third part shows the identified strengths, barriers, and best practices of Asian and European universities involved in the project.
This report reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Data-Set with Information about Talent and Talent Management
Here, you can find two data-sets and their descriptions. The first one contains the answers about the conceptualization of academic talent and talent management from 104 academic and non-academic staff from several Malaysian Universities. The second one contains the answers about the conceptualization of academic talent and talent management from 464 academic and non-academic staff from several Chinese Universities.
Slides about Talent Management
Talent Conceptualization – This set of slides presents the foundations about what talent management means, and the conceptual approaches to take into account before defining and developing a strategic talent management plan
Academic Talent Conceptualization based on LSP – This set of slides presents two specific conceptualizations of academic talent (one from Chinese people, and another for Malaysian people) based on the results of several workshops with the contemporary technique: Lego Serious Play.
Macro Environment Overview of the Asian HEIs – This set of slides presents a macro-analysis of the Malaysian and Chinese universities that could affect to the development and the implementation of Talent Management practices.
Recruitment – This set of slides present the foundations of talent recruitment and different approaches to get the expected results. One key element in these slides is to concept Employer Branding and the Employee Value Proposition. At the end, you can find a proposed workshop to define your own talent recruitment strategy.
Selection - This set of slides present the foundations of talent selection, and several frameworks for evaluating the potential candidates. One interesting contribution is the both university and candidate approach to the selection processes thought the Candidate Journey Map.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.