Author(s): Pimploi Tirastittam, Sotarat Thammaboosadee, Rojjalak Chuckpaiwong
In the current global situation, which is the high pace for every business and organization, talent management is critical for the organization, particularly the bureaucratic organization, which is vast in size and broad in its chain of command to survive in the digital transformation era. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between Talent Management Processes (TMP), Talent Value Propositions (TVP), and High-Performance Working Systems (HPWS), as well as the mediation effect of talent management processes on the effect of talent value propositions on high-performance working systems. Through an online survey, data were collected from 365 information technology talents in Thailand's government organizations and analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The results indicate that both talent management processes and talent value propositions positively affect high-performance working systems. That talent management processes have a strong mediating effect on the effect of talent value propositions on high-performance working systems, which will be the primary force propelling the organization forward during the digital transformation era.