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Diploma Thesis from the year 2006 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 2,3, University of Paderborn (Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Wirtschaftsenglisch), language: English, abstract: Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:The information economy, the current demographical trends and other factors will produce a shortage of skilled labour. During the last decade, many labour markets had encountered a shortage of skilled labour. In fact, whole industries have had serious problems to fill vacancies. Many have forecast horror scenarios for the labour market, whereas others have created strategic concepts to cope with it. The War for Talent and the Employer of Choice concept are leftovers of this period. Employee attraction and retention will continue to be an important issue for many companies in the beginning of the 21st century. The new up-coming competition for talent draws the attention on a new concept, in order to deal with the future challenge - employer branding. Employer branding has moved center stage in the last two years. The strategic relevance of employer branding is still underestimated or unknown. Employer branding is neither a wonder cure nor a cure-all approach. This thesis and chapters provide an insight in the employer branding concept and its relevance. What does employer branding means, where does it stem from? It also contains a practical guide for developing and implementing an employer branding process, with a short case study of global chemical company.Do you remember the scenario published in McKinsey s Quarterly in 1998? The War for Talent - this expression has become synonymous for the labour shortage of High Potentials. The economy was burning white-hot in the late 1990s and companies were scrambling to hire and retain the people they needed. With a boom, talent becomes scarcer because everybody is looking for talented people to fill vacancies. In the late 1990s the employer of choice concept became popular, when the war for talent was about to begin. The term employer of choice is based on the unwritten promises and expectations that develop the basis of the employment relationship. The collapse of the dot.com industry, followed by a time of recession and downturns causing layoffs and job cuts, has created a surplus of labour. The predicted War for Talent for High Potentials has been postponed. Really?The current economic landscape has changed dramatically, product lifecycles have grown shorter, products and services are substitutional, innovation is accelerating and customer loyalty is just a pie-in-the-sky. The economy is driven by ongoing changes, globalization, growing complexity and the changing nature of work. Companies have to sustain on different markets, which are influenced by dynamics, increasing competitive pressure. For this reason, having a long-lasting competitive advantage becomes more and more vital to companies, in terms of innovation. Knowledge is becoming the strategic source of innovation, not the reliance on technology. Hodes CEO Alan Schwartz points it out: People - talented people - solve problems and make sense of things. Not technology. That is what drives the importance of having the right talent inside a company. Nevertheless, there are emerging social and demographic trends that can make the recruiting efforts of organizations even harder and might start a new war: for Right Potentials.Every employer in Western economies are facing the same problems and questions:- How can we attract and retain employees?- What differentiates our company from our competitors?- What kind of talent do we need?- How do our target groups perceive us?- What kind of benefits do we offer?- What makes us a First Choice employer ?- What drives employee engagement and employee satisfaction?Al...
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Search-Based Software Engineering, SSBSE 2017, held in Paderborn, Germany, in September 2017. The 7 full papers and 5 short papers presented together with 4 challenge track and 2 students student track papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 26 submissions. SSBSE welcomes not only applications from throughout the software engineering lifecycle but also a broad range of search methodsranging from exact Operational Research techniques to nature-inspired algorithms and simulated annealing.
Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Paderborn, course: 19th century sensation novels, 18 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In the context of the Hauptseminar "19th century sensation novels" we looked - among other texts - at two different sensation novels, one of them being Mary Elizabeth Braddon's "Lady Audley's Secret", a sensation novel published in 1862. The sensation novel is a phenomenon originating in the 1860s and was mostly written for a great public. The aim was to evoke an intense as well as rather shocking response and strong feelings by dealing with subjects like mystery inside the domestic sphere. The sensation novel also went against common standards and taboos concerning class boundaries and the gender roles with actually no moral or didactic purpose.This term paper does not only deal with the novel "Lady Audley's Secret" as a sensation novel but examines it - together with Braddon's other novel "Aurora Floyd" - in the context of Victorian Femininity. Firstly, I will give a short overview of the historical background of the so-called "Victorian Era" and a more detailed view of "Victorian Femininity". Since the focus of this term paper is on femininity and the role of women, I will not go further into economics and expansion during the "Victorian Era", but portray political events which were important for women at that time. This is followed by a description of the role of 19th century women in the domestic and public sphere, as well as an insight into education and work. Subsequently, the development of this gender role throughout this time is brought up in relation to an essay by Eliza Lynn Linton called "The Girl of the Period".Secondly, a short overview over Mary Elizabeth Braddon's life and work is presented and reflected for it is rather uncommon for the Victorian Era in which she lived. Afterwards the plots of the two novels "Lady Audley's Secret" and "Aurora Floyd" are presented and analysed in regard to traditional features of the detective novel and the idea of mystery in the novel. The summary of the two novels also serves as a background for further examination of the main protagonists, which, on the one hand, takes place later on in chapter 4.2 and 5.2 and, on the other hand, in chapter 6 where the characters will be compared and reflected in the context of Victorian Femininity. The term paper is concluded by a summary and a bibliography.
Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,0, University of Paderborn (Institut für Angelistik und Amerikanistik), course: A survey of British Queer Fiction, language: English, abstract: Since I was always interested in "famous" writers such as Shakespeare etc., I decided to write about Oscar Wilde s "The Picture of Dorian Gray", for he is one of the best known writers and the title "The Picture of Dorian Gray" is nearly known by everyone.In this essay I will compare the two different versions of his novel, the censored version from 1891 and the uncensored version from 1890 in terms of the theme of homosexuality. I will try to show that there are big differences between these two versions and that they are significant enough to be even noticed by our generation which is fairly open about the topic of homosexuality.In order to do so I will first give a short account about homosexuality in England in the 19th century in the first chapter of the main part and then in the second and third chapter I will compare directly two chapters of the novel and show the changes that are made and analyse their effect on the mood of the scene and therefore on the novel. Lastly I will show that also the adding of a chapter changes a lot of the intention of the novel. After that I will, of course, draw a conclusion. To be able to draw my own conclusion I will only use a few sources about homosexuality in England for the first chapter of the main part such as Jeffrey Weeks "Sex, Politics & Society", but for the comparison I will only use the Norton Critical Edition of "The Picture of Dorian Gray" and my own interpretations and analyses of the scenes.As I said my thesis is, that there are significant changes between the two versions, which may not change the intention of the book completely to the sophisticated reader, but which make the intentions a lot clearer and more obvious even to the unsophisticated reader.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium, IHNS 2010, held in Paderborn, Germany, April 21-22, 2010, under the title "Changing Paradigms: Advanced Manufacturing and Sustainable Logistics".The 27 full and two short papers presented in this book were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 63 submissions. They are grouped in five parts on Supply Chain Management, Production Logistics and Industrial Engineering, Operations Research Techniques, Humanitarian Logistics, and Simulation. The presentation is completed by nine invited keynote papers from renowned international experts in these fields.
Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Paderborn (Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik), course: Hauptseminar: The Bachelor in British and American Literature and Culture, language: English, abstract: 'But love is an emotional thing, and whatever is emotional is opposed to that true cold reason which I place above all things. I should never marry myself, lest I bias my judgement.' With these words Sherlock Holmes comments rather derogatorily on the marriage plans of his close friend and fellow bachelor Dr. John Watson when the latter reveals his engagement to Mary Morstan to him. While Watson's existence as a bachelor is about to end after the novel 'The Sign of the Four', Sherlock Holmes never had any intention to change his lifestyle from being a bachelor to become a husband and father. He never was married or engaged in any form and obviously didn't miss it. It is due to that attitude that the character of Sherlock Holmes became one of the most famous and best known examples of the bachelor in Victorian literature. But what exactly is a bachelor and how was this term defined during the time when the Sherlock Holmes stories were written? In this term paper I will point out how the life of unmarried men was depicted in Victorian literature and which images and stereotypes arose when it came to the term 'bachelor' in general. In order to do this it is essential to take a closer look at the society during the time the fictional characters of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson were invented - the end of the 19th century. Which characteristics were typical for a bachelor of that time except for being an unwed male? In order to show how the bachelors stood out and differed from their married fellows it is necessary to examine the role of Victorian men in general. Which moral values were associated with the life of a bachelor and did they differ from the generally accepted values of the time? What was their status in society? After this quite general examination I shall take a closer look at the two bachelors invented by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Were Sherlock and Watson typical bachelors of their time? What were their reasons for being unmarried and how were their attitudes and interactions towards women? Did they simply had no luck with the ladies or were there other reasons for them to be unwed? I will try to answer these questions on the basis of the Sherlock Holmes novels 'A Study in Scarlet', 'The Sign of the Four' and the short story 'A Scandal in Bohemia'.