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For many major organisations, Global Talent Management (GTM) is still a set of buzzwords, like Artificial Intelligence and Industry 4.0. Organisations know that they are increasingly being forced to attract and retain talent in a globalised labour market, but their human resources policies and practices remain firmly rooted in a national mind set. Recruitment and selection procedures implicitly assume that applicants are home-based, requiring “post codes” and “equality monitoring data” that make no sense to international candidates.
This book is a highly accessible read that will appeal to both students and practitioners of business and management. The nature of work and talent in organisations is continually changing in our globally-connected and technology-based world. Sonal Minocha and Dean Hristov are both highly respected academics whose ideas are pushing the boundaries of our understanding of talent development. In this book, they have developed a number of global talent management constructs based on case evidence research that offer a valuable talent management toolkit.