The second edition of Global Talent Management (GTM) offers a state of the art overview of the key areas of talent management in theory and practice. Drawing on contributions from the leading global contributors to talent management research, the book is structured around three key sections. Section one provides a contextual overview of talent management. The second section explores in depth some of the core areas of GTM practice which includes the meaning of talent in the global context, internal talent identification, developing leadership talent, employee turnover, employer branding and the role of the corporate HR function in GTM. The final section considers three key contemporary issues in GTM, namely, data analytics in GTM, managing virtual talent and managing globally diverse talent.
The chapters in the volume provide advanced undergraduate or postgraduate students with an interest in global talent management with a cutting-edge overview of the key topics in the field. It is also an invaluable resource for the reflective practitioner looking for an overview of key research in this important area of practice.
"This edition offers fresh, research-based insights into the knotty global talent management challenges confronting organizations today. Written and edited by top scholars in the field, it’s a volume that readers will want to keep nearby to refer to again and again."
Professor Ingrid Fulmer, Rutgers University
SECTION ONE: The Context of Global Talent Management
Chapter 1. Global Talent Management: An introduction
David G. Collings, Hugh Scullion & Paula M. Caligiuri
Chapter 2. Macro Talent Management (MTM): What it is and why is it important to Global Talent Management
Karin King & Vlad Vaiman
SECTION TWO: Global Talent Management in Practice
Chapter 3. The Meaning of Talent in the World of Work
Chapter 4. Managing Global Talent Flows
Almasa Sarabi, Monika Hamori & Fabian Froese
Chapter 5. The Identification and Evaluation of Internal Talent in MNEs
Anthony McDonnell, David G. Collings & Ronan Carbery
Chapter 6. Global Talent Management: New Challenges for the Corporate HR Function in
Elaine Farndale, Paul Sparrow, Hugh Scullion and Maja Vidovic
Chapter 7. Developing Global Leadership Talent
Paula Caligiuri & Lisa Dragoni
Chapter 8. Global Talent Turnover
Ilka Verena Ohlmer Nicky Dries and Anders Dysvik
Chapter 9 Employer Branding and Corporate Reputation Management in
Global Companies: Theory and Practice
Graeme Martin and Katie Sinclair
Chapter 10. Global Mobility and Global Talent
Michael Isichei and David G Collings
SECTION THREE: Contemporary Challenges in Global Talent Management
Chapter 11. Global Talent Analytics
Dana Minbaeva and Sara Vardi
Chapter 12. Managing Diverse Talent in the Global Context
Berk Kucukaltan and Mustafa Ozbilgin
Chapter 13. Managing Virtual Talent
Edited and authored by the best and most well known researchers in the field of human resource management (HRM), this series of books offers students accessible, coordinated and comprehensive textbooks on global HRM. To be used individually or together, these books cover the main bases of the area, including titles on global alliances, corporations, leadership, legal systems, staffing and compensation systems.
The series is organized into three strands: the first reflects general issues of global HRM; the second more specific HR functions in a global context; and the third, comparative human resource management.
Taking an expert look at an increasingly important area of global business, this is a groundbreaking new series that answers a real need for serious textbooks on global HRM.
Dedication: The late Professor Michael Poole was one of the founding series editors, and Profesors Schuler, Jackson, and Sparrow wish to dedicate the series to his memory.