Globalizing human resource management

Sparrow, Paul Ronald and Brewster, Chris and Chung, Chul (2016) Globalizing human resource management. Global HRM (2nd ed). Routledge, New York. ISBN 9781138950696

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Abstract

The book explores what is happening to HRM in a global context and how far are organizations able to understand and to move towards the notion of globalized HRM. Part One outlines the nature of globalization and introduces important areas of International HRM and International B.usiness theory. Part Two explains the strategic objectives for Global HRM in terms of building global capabilities at the organizational level and developing international management competencies at the individual level. Part Three then focuses on seven important global integration mechanisms and processes: business model innovation and the building of global capabilities; the development of a global mindset and leadership model; global talent management; the actions associated with the management of an international labor force; the pursuit of global employer brands; significant shifts in the global sourcing, shoring and types of strategic partnership; and the standardization and e-enablement of HRM.

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05 Jan 2016 16:34
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