DescriptionThis literature review skilfully weaves together the major aspects of globalisation that should be the concern of any HR professional working in a global environment.
It looks at:
* the different theoretical approaches to international HRM from the 1970s to the present day;
* the developing roles of the global HR practitioner;
* the challenges and complexities of international management.
The report provides an analysis of the key challenges, the major milestones, the linkages and how thinking has evolved and will continue to evolve for what faces the future of HR in the global HR world.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Approaches to IHRM: Cross-Cultural Management
Chapter 3 Approaches to IHRM: Comparative HR Research
Chapter 4 Approaches to IHRM: HRM in MNEs
Chapter 5 The Role of the Global People Management Professional
Chapter 6 Measuring the Effectiveness of the IHR Function
Chapter 7 Conclusions and Summary
A CIPD report drawing together the different threads of what is known practically and academically in the fields of international HR management. The research team were Hilary Harris of Cranfield University School of Management, Chris Brewster of South Bank University and Paul Sparrow of Manchester Business School.