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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The focus of this study is on employee performance evaluation in the international context, while the main... Weiterlesen
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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The focus of this study is on employee performance evaluation in the international context, while the main part is dedicated to the two most important features in expatriate performance management - goal setting and performance evaluation. The thesis consists of eight chapters. Chapter 1 explains the main causes for the existence of internationally employed managers and states the purpose of this thesis. Chapter 2 focuses on the definition of expatriates and on the utilization of international managers. Chapter 3 links the expatriation issue to international human resource management and investigates its role during the expatriation cycle and in the process of expatriate performance evaluation. Chapter 4 presents the most important stages of the expatriation cycle and their influence on expatriate performance. Chapter 5 concentrates on the salient differences of performance management and performance appraisal. Chapter 6 aims to provide definitions for success and failure, and deals with expatriate failure rates. Chapter 7 is the center of this thesis and comprehensively explains the heart of every performance management process - goal setting and performance evaluation. The last chapter summarizes the findings of the master thesis, and is concerned with the limitations of these findings and their role in future research. The aim of this theoretical study is to provide a comprehensive understanding of expatriate performance appraisal, based on existing literature, to show its limitations, and to provide a solid basis for further research. Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS2 INDEX OF FIGURES4 INDEX OF TABLES5 1.INTRODUCTION6 1.1Economic Background6 1.1.1International Economic Trends6 1.1.2Austrian Foreign Trade8 1.2Trends in Expatriation10 1.3Purpose of the Study10 1.4Structure of the Thesis11 2.THE BUSINESS OF EXPATRIATION12 2.1Definitions12 2.2Reasons for Expatriation13 3.INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT15 3.1A Strategic Approach15 3.2International Staffing Issues17 3.2.1Scope of Internationalization17 3.2.2Headquarters Orientation19 4.THE EXPATRIATION CYCLE21 4.1Selection Process22 4.1.1Selection Criteria22 4.1.2Selection Process24 4.2Training25 4.2.1Training Modes25 4.2.2Cost of Training26 4.3Host Country Experience27 4.3.1Expatriate Adjustment Process27 4.3.2Culture Shock27 4.4Repatriation29 4.4.1Adjustment, Change & Expectations29 5.PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT [...]

Zusammenfassung
Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:The focus of this study is on employee performance evaluation in the international context, while the main part is dedicated to the two most important features in expatriate performance management - goal setting and performance evaluation.The thesis consists of eight chapters. Chapter 1 explains the main causes for the existence of internationally employed managers and states the purpose of this thesis. Chapter 2 focuses on the definition of expatriates and on the utilization of international managers. Chapter 3 links the expatriation issue to international human resource management and investigates its role during the expatriation cycle and in the process of expatriate performance evaluation. Chapter 4 presents the most important stages of the expatriation cycle and their influence on expatriate performance. Chapter 5 concentrates on the salient differences of performance management and performance appraisal. Chapter 6 aims to provide definitions for success and failure, and deals with expatriate failure rates. Chapter 7 is the center of this thesis and comprehensively explains the heart of every performance management process - goal setting and performance evaluation. The last chapter summarizes the findings of the master thesis, and is concerned with the limitations of these findings and their role in future research.The aim of this theoretical study is to provide a comprehensive understanding of expatriate performance appraisal, based on existing literature, to show its limitations, and to provide a solid basis for further research.Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents:TABLE OF CONTENTS2INDEX OF FIGURES4INDEX OF TABLES51.INTRODUCTION61.1Economic Background61.1.1International Economic Trends61.1.2Austrian Foreign Trade81.2Trends in Expatriation101.3Purpose of the Study101.4Structure of the Thesis112.THE BUSINESS OF EXPATRIATION122.1Definitions122.2Reasons for Expatriation133.INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT153.1A Strategic Approach153.2International Staffing Issues173.2.1Scope of Internationalization173.2.2Headquarters Orientation194.THE EXPATRIATION CYCLE214.1Selection Process224.1.1Selection Criteria224.1.2Selection Process244.2Training254.2.1Training Modes254.2.2Cost of Training264.3Host Country Experience274.3.1Expatriate Adjustment Process274.3.2Culture Shock274.4Repatriation294.4.1Adjustment, Change & Expectations295.PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT []

Produktinformationen

Titel: Expatriate Performance Appraisal
Untertitel: A theoretical study and comparison of the literature
Autor:
EAN: 9783832455330
ISBN: 978-3-8324-5533-0
Digitaler Kopierschutz: frei
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Diplom.de
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 85
Veröffentlichung: 14.06.2002
Jahr: 2002
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 0.8 MB