This new edition of Globalizing Human Resource Management examines the strategic and global issues of HRM by showing how organizations address the tradeoffs between global integration and local responsiveness. Sparrow, Brewster, and Chung discuss varying methods of globalized talent management and employer branding and conclude with a multi-dimensional approach to HRM.
The second edition includes:
Updated analyses of talent management, employer branding, and outsourcing of HRM
Broader geographic focus, including a new focus on Asian firms and other emerging markets
Exploration of the impact of strategic management thinking on HR as well as the latest research in other areas, such as operations, marketing, and economic geography
Complementing traditional international HRM texts, this is an ideal book for any student interested in the actual strategic logics being pursued by the HR function today.
Paul Sparrow is Director of the Centre for Performance-Led HR and Professor of International HRM at Lancaster University Management School, UK. Chris Brewster is Professor of International Human Resource Management at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. Chul Chung is Assistant Professor in International Human Resource Management at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK.
Part I: Globalization and International HRM Theory 1. Drivers of Globalization and Patterns of Response for Multinational Enterprises Around The World 2. Multiple Layers of Globalization Within the MNE 3. Global HRM Strategies and Structures Part II: Strategic Objectives 4. Building Global Capabilities Across Multinational Enterprises 5. Developing International Management Competences Part III: Global Integration Mechanisms 6. Global Talent Management 7. Managing The International Labor Force 8. Employer Branding 9. The Location of Business and HRM: By Whom? Where? and How? 10. The E-Enablement of HRM in MNEs 11. Conclusions and Future Research Directions