This book draws on recent theoretical contributions in the area of global talent management and presents an up to date and critical review of the key issues which MNEs face. Beyond exploring some key overarching issues in global talent management the book discuses the key emerging issue around global talent management in key economies such as China, India, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
In contrast to many of the currently available texts in the area of global talent management which are descriptive and lacking theoretical rigor, this text emphasizes the critical understanding of global talent management in an organizational context. Drawing on contributions from the leading figures in the field, it will aid students, practitioners and researchers alike in gaining a well grounded and critical overview of the key issues surrounding global talent management from a theoretical and practical perspective.
Section 1: The Context of Global Talent Management 1. Global Talent Management: Introduction Hugh Scullion and David G. Collings 2. Framework for Global Talent Management: HR Actions for Dealing with Global Talent Challenges Randall S. Schuler, Susan E. Jackson and Ibraiz Tarique Section 2: Global Talent Management in Practice 3. Global Talent Management: New Roles for the Corporate HR Function? Paul Sparrow, Hugh Scullion and Elaine Farndale 4. The Identification and Evaluation of Talent in MNES Anthony McDonnell and David G. Collings 5. Embracing Turnover: Moving Beyond the "War for Talent" Deepak Somaya and Ian O. Williamson 6. Employer Branding and Corporate Reputation Management in Global Companies: A Signalling Model and Case Illustration Graeme Martin and Saskia Groen-in't-Woud Section 3: Global Talent Management: Comparative Perspectives 7. Talent Management in India Jonathan P. Doh, Walter G. Tymon, Jr. and Stephen A. Stumpf 8. Talent Management in China Fang Lee Cooke 9. Talent Management in the Middle East Abbas J. Ali 10. Talent Management in Central and Eastern Europe Vlad Vaiman and Nigel Holden