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Author Latukha, Marina,
Title Talent management in emerging market firms : global strategy and local challenges / Marina Latukha.
Imprint London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]

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Subject Personnel management -- BRIC countries.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 270 pages.)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: The next wave of emerging talent -- Chapter 1: The nature of talent management and its role in modern organizations -- Chapter 2: Cross-country perspectives of management of talented employees in emerging world -- Chapter 3: Competitive advantages of emerging market firms: is talent management involved? -- Chapter 4: Attracting the best and leaving the rest -- Chapter 5: The good, the excellent and the potential: talent' performance management -- Chapter 6: Creating talent organization via employees' training and development -- Chapter 7: Corporate universities as a tool for talent development -- Chapter 8: Rewarding strategies of emerging market firms: creating and supporting talent motivation -- Conclusion: The lessons learned.
Summary Investigating talent management in firms from emerging economies, this book discusses strategies and practices of managing talented employees in the context of BRIC countries. Talent Management in Emerging Market Firms illustrates how emerging multinationals use their talent management to create and extend competitive advantage in global markets, and how they support their competition with talent as their main asset. Extending the talent management perspective, the book compares companies from Brazil, Russia, India and China to provide the link between talent management practices, a firm's performance and organizational competitiveness within the context of emerging economies.
Note Description based on print version record.
ISBN 9781137506061 (electronic bk.)
1137506067 (electronic bk.)
1137506040
9781137506047
ISBN/ISSN 10.1057/978-1-137-50606-1
OCLC # 994356005
Additional Format Original 1137506040 9781137506047