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19292. Global Talent Management Strategy NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. This paper provides an analytical review of recent scholarly literature on global talent management strategy, with a focus on emerging and developing issues in strategic human resources management (SHRM) and global talent management in MNCs. It is argued that multinational corporations can effectively promote and execute the organizationís global talent strategy by the deployment of strategic human resources management (SHRM), including the redesign of HR policies and procedures. Includes a definition and history of talent management, discussion of theories and major approaches to talent management, discussion of soft- versus hard-sided talent management, and an analysis of the global aspects of talent management. APA Style. 12 pages, 69 footnotes, 24 bibliographic sources. 3,098 words. TAGS: talent management, human resource management, strategic HRM, globalization, soft-sided HRM, hard-sided HRM.   $84


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