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  • 1. PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM - Tel: 32 2 2266660 - Fax: 32 2 5121929 1st WORKSHOP ON TALENT MANAGEMENT Brussels, Belgium April 16-17, 2012 PROGRAMME
  • 2. Monday April 16, 2012 :Registration 08:30 – 09:00Introduction : Audi 2 (2nd floor) 09:00 – 09:40Parallel SessionsTRACK A: Audi 2 (2nd floor) Chaired by Hugh Scullion TRACK B: Seminar Room (1st floor) Chaired by David Collings and Vlad Vaiman1 SIGNATURE EXPERIENCE AS RETENTION STRATEGY: CASE STUDIES OF 6 TALENT MANAGEMENT, FROM PHENOMENON TO THEORY: A SYSTEMS 09:40 – 10:10JAPANESE FIRMS TYPOLOGYKAKINUMA HIDEKI, (KYOTO UNIVERSITY - JAPAN) - DRIES NICKY, (K.U.LEUVEN - BELGIUM) - SANNE NIJS, LUC SELS, MARIA CHRISTINA MEYERS, MARIANNA VAN WOERKOM2 TALENT MANAGEMENT IN SPANISH MEDIUM SIZED COMPANIES 7 BROADENING THE SCOPE OF GLOBAL TALENT MANAGEMENT- 10:10 – 10:40VALVERDE MIREIA, (ROVIRA I VIRGILI UNIVERSITY - SPAIN) - HUGH SCULLION, INCORPORATING A MACRO PERSPECTIVEGERARD RYAN KHILJI SHAISTA, (GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY - U.S.A.)Coffee Break 10:40 - 11:10 Coffee Break3 EXPLORING TALENT MANAGEMENT IN THE GCC. 8 WHAT IS MEANT BY TALENT IN BUSINESS?AL- HAIDARI LAMEES, (LONDON UNIVERSITY / KINGS COLLEGE - U.K.) - 11:10 – 11:40 GALLARDO-GALLARDO EVA, (UNIVERSITAT OBERTA DE CATALUNYA - SPAIN) - NICKY DRIES; TOMÁS GONZÁLEZ-CRUZ4 TALENT MANAGEMENT AT THE PERIPHERY 9 HAS TALENT MANAGEMENT SOMETHING TO DO WITH TALENT?LAW KUOK KEI, (THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG - HONG KONG) - PROF 11:40 – 12:10 FLIPO CELINE, (ESSEC BUSINESS SCHOOL - FRANCE) - ANNICK ANCELIN- BOURGUIGNONKEN KAMOCHE5THE ESSENCE OF TALENT MANAGEMENT.THEORY AND PRACTICE OF POLISH 10 THE CHARACTERISTICS OF TALENT 12:10 – 12:40ORGANIZATIONS RAALSKOV JESPER, (UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK - DENMARK) -MIS ALICJA, (CRACOW UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS - POLAND) - ALEKSYPOCZTOWSKI
  • 3. Lunch 12:40 – 14:00 Lunch11 TEAM DESIGN AND DYNAMICS AS KEY ELEMENTS OF TALENT 13 A REVIEW OF TALENT MANAGEMENT: LESSONS LEARNED 14:00 – 14:30MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE AIMED AT FOSTERING ORGANIZATIONAL THUNNISSEN MARIAN, (HU BUSINESS SCHOOL UTRECHT - NETHERLANDS) - PAULLEARNING: A SPANISH FIRMS VIEW. BOSELIE & BEN FRUYTIERVIVAS-LOPEZ SALVADOR, (VALENCIA UNIVERSITY - SPAIN) - VICTOR OLTRA12 TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND THE MECHANISMS BEHIND THE 14 TALENT MANAGEMENT, LIMINALITY AND IDENTITY WORK 14:30 – 15:00RETENTION OF EMPLOYEES: EVIDENCE FROM CASE STUDY IN TANSLEY CAROLE, (NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL - U.K.) -MULTINATIONAL ORGANISATION IN INDIA SUSANNE TIETZEPARTHASARATHY RAMYA, (LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY - U.K.) - DR.ANGELIKAZIMMERMANNCoffee/Tea Break 15:00 – 15:30 Coffee/Tea Break15 GLOBAL TALENT MANAGEMENT: THE ROLE OF THE CORPORATE HUMAN 17 MYTHS OF TALENT MANAGEMENTRESOURCES FUNCTION? 15:30 – 16:00FARNDALE ELAINE, (TILBURG UNIVERSITY - NETHERLANDS) - PAUL SPARROW, COLLINGS DAVID (National University of Ireland, Galway)- DANA MINBAEVAHUGH SCULLION16 TALENT MANAGEMENT IN GERMAN MEDIUM-SIZED COMPANIES - 18EMPIRICAL FINDINGS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH 16:00 – 16:30FESTING, MARION (ESCP Europe, Germany), LYNN SCHAFFER. & HUGHSCULLIONTuesday April 17, 2012 :Track C: Audi 2 (2nd floor) Chaired by Vlad Vaiman and Hugh Scullion Track D : Seminar Room (1st floor) Chaired by David Collings19 COACHING AS A ETHICAL TOOL TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE AND 21 TAKING IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU LEAVE?: A PROPOSED MODEL OF 09:00 – 09:30SATISFACTION OF THE EMPLOYEE:A CASE STUDY IN UNIVERSITIES ATTITUDES AND INTENTIONS TO SHARE KNOWLEDGE BEFORE RETIRINGCHORNET FERNANDO, (CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA - SPAIN) - KASEY-LEIGH MARTIN, (UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA - CANADA) - KRISTAFRANCISCO J. LARA GARCÍA UGGERSLEV
  • 4. 20 UNIVERSITY TALENT MANAGEMENT - EXTENDING STRATEGIC GLOBAL 22 HOLDING ON TO THE HIGHLY-SKILLED: THE IMPACT OF ON-THE-JOB 09:30 – 10:00TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES INTO A UNIVERSITY RECRUITING DEVELOPMENT, THE GAP BETWEEN DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES ANDSTRATEGY ACTUAL PRACTICES ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENTGAITAN ROBERTO, (UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND - UNIVERSITY COLLEGE - U.S.A.) HAMORI MONIKA, (IE UNIVERSITY - SPAIN) - JIE CAOCoffee Break 10:00 – 10: 30 Coffee Break23 TALENT MANAGEMENT IN FINANCIAL MARKETS 26 DOES INCLUSIVE EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT BECOME EXCLUSIVEGUYNAMANT BEATRICE, (ISC PARIS, SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT - FRANCE) - 10:30 – 11:00 TALENT MANAGEMENT? A CASE STUDY HOW HEINEKEN DEVELOPS FIRST- LINE MANAGERS DAUBNER DAGMAR, (VU - UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - NETHERLANDS) - CLAARTJE VINKENBURG24 TALENT MANAGEMENT IN A LARGE VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION: 27 THE IMPACT OF MENTORING ON LEADER IDENTITY DEVELOPMENTCONTEXTUAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES 11:00 – 11:30 MEULEPAS ANNELIES, (ANTWERP MANAGEMENT SCHOOL - BELGIUM) - JESSEHUGHES KATE, (HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY EDINBURGH - U.K.) - SEGERS, KOEN MARICHAL*25 EMPIRICAL VALIDATION OF A NEW SYSTEMIC TALENT MANAGEMENT 28 TALENT MANAGEMENT, CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND BUSINESSMODEL IN A U.S. HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATION 11:30 – 12:00 RESULTS: A LARGE-SCALE STUDYKONTOGHIORGHES CONSTANTINE, (CYPRUS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY - DE VOS ANS, (ANTWERP UNIVERSITY - BELGIUM) - ANNEMIE SALUCYPRUS) - KOEN CUYCKENSLunch 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch29 THE ROLE OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL 31 THE MECHANISTIC AND POLITICAL FRAMES OF TALENT MANAGEMENTJUSTICE IN SHAPING TALENT MANAGEMENT OUTCOMES 13:30 – 14:00 PROCESSES THE CASE OF A TALENT ANALYTICS SYSTEMGELENS JOLYN, (FREE UNIVERSITY BRUSSELS (VUB) - BELGIUM) - NICKY DRIES, GALARZA DIANA, (CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY - SWEDEN) - JANJOERI HOFMANS AND ROLAND PEPERMANS WICKENBERG
  • 5. 30 TALENT MANAGEMENT COMPETENCY AND JOB PERFORMANCE: 32 THE ROLE OF TALENT MANAGEMENT IN COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION: 14:00 – 14:30THE MEDIATING ROLE OF JOB SATISFACTION FACILITATING THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WITHLUNA-AROCAS ROBERTO, (VALENCIA UNIVERSITY - SPAIN) - MICHAEL MORLEY CUSTOMERS GREER CHARLES, (TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY - U.S.A.) - CHARLES D. STEVENSCoffee/Tea Break 14:30 – 15:00 Coffee/Tea BreakPlenary Session : Audi 2 (2nd floor)Conclusions and lessons learned 15:00 – 15:30

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