TITLE

Global Talent Management: How Leading Multinationals Build and Sustain Their Talent Pipeline

AUTHOR(S)
Stahl, G�nter K.; Bj�rkman, Ingmar; Farndale, Elaine; Morris, Shad S.; Paauwe, Jaap; Stiles, Philip; Trevor, Jonathan; Wright, Patrick M.
PUB. DATE
April 2007
SOURCE
INSEAD Working Papers Collection;2007, Issue 34, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Working Paper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
To determine how leading companies in North America, Europe, and Asia develop and sustain strong talent pipelines, this research investigates talent management processes and practices in a sample of 37 multinational corporations, selected on the basis of their international scope, reputation, and long-term performance. In-depth case studies and a Web-based survey of human resources professionals identify various effective practices that can help companies attract, select, develop, and retain talent. However, the results suggest that competitive advantage comes not primarily from designing and implementing best practices but rather from the proper internal alignment of various elements of a company's talent management system, as well as their embeddedness in the value system of the firm, their links to business strategy, and their global coordination.
ACCESSION #
27480662

 

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