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By Carolina Machado

This e-book covers the most concerns at the examine of potential and ability administration in sleek and aggressive corporations. The chapters express how businesses world wide are dealing with (global) expertise administration demanding situations and provides the reader details at the most up-to-date learn job relating to that. cutting edge theories and techniques are said during this publication, which supplies an interdisciplinary trade of data, principles and critiques in regards to the place of work challenges.

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Sharma, K. (2014). Inpatriation as a key component of global talent management. In Global talent management (pp. 79–92). Springer International Publishing. 29. Reiche, B. S. (2011). Knowledge transfer in multinationals: The role of inpatriates’ boundary spanning. Human Resource Management, 50(3), 365–389. 24 C. Brewster et al. 30. , & Worm, V. (2005). Implications of short-term international assignments. European Management Journal, 23(6), 663–673. 31. Tansley, C. (2011). What do we mean by the term ‘talent’ in talent management?

2. Lewis, R. , & Heckman, R. J. (2006). Talent management: A critical review. Human Resource Management Review, 16(2), 139–154. 3. , & Stiles, P. (2012). Six principles of effective global talent management. MIT Sloan Management Review, 53(2):25–32. 4. , Budhwar, P. , Dowling, P. , & Scullion, H. (2013). Current issues in International HRM: Alternative forms of assignments, careers and talent management in a global context. German Journal of Human Resource Management, 27(3), 161–166. 5. Collings, D.

This was expressed by Helena (32 years): “The professional experience I now possess is what showed me the importance of having transferable skills too”. This result corresponds with the study undertaken in New Zealand by Rainsbury et al. [55], which revealed that whereas business graduates attribute equal importance to transferable and technical skills, business students without professional experience assess transferable skills as being less relevant. During the discussion of this topic, a participant exemplified the important use of transferable skills when exercising her professional activity: Helena (32 years): More than giving the customer an impression of the technical skills I possess, it will be my use of transferable skills that will convince him to buy.

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