HURD 732 SACM Literature Review: Multinational Talent Management

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Literature Review: Talent Management
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Literature Review: Talent Management

Multinational Talent Management
The journal article is a study that is sourced from the book titled The Oxford Handbook of
Talent Management by David Collings, Kamel Mellahi, and Wayne Cascio. It focuses on the
ability of multinationals to manage the skills and the talent they have in their organizations
across the board. Talent management is an expensive process which then prompts many
multinational companies to use an integrated and standard design when it comes to talent
management (Björkman, Ehrnrooth, Mäkelä, Smale, & Sumelius, 2017). Additionally, the study
encourages the multi-corporations to step out of their comfort zone on talent management and
implement better ways that fit the employees working in a particular culture.
Similarly, Cascio, & Boudreau (2016) carry one with the same train of thought by
highlighting the different factors that can be used in achieving global competence in countries
they operate from; companies are continually seeking better ways of implementing talent
management. The study also shifts the focus and identifies that it is companies that need to have
a developmental change and also a change in perspective because they cling on old and
traditional ways of talent management grounded in human resources. Another important point
that is made is that the employees tend to gain more benefits when the company tailors their
talent management based on the country and the culture.
It is not all organizations that share the same perspective. Some businesses especially the
small businesses and the local businesses tend to have a limited view of their enterprises and
overlook the need for talent management. However, this study by Khilji, Tarique, & Schuler
(2015) shows that talent management is not merely about the size of the employee pool but about
perspective in the expansion of the business. Having a macro view regarding talent management

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