Handbook of International Human Resource Development
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Handbook of International Human Resource Development

Context, Processes and People

Edited by Thomas Garavan, Alma McCarthy and Ronan Carbery

This Handbook draws on a global team of distinguished Human Resource Development and IHRD scholars to provide research and practice insights on a range of contemporary IHRD issues and challenges. The Handbook reviews a number of critical contextual dimensions that: shape the IHRD goals that organisations pursue; impact the IHRD systems, policies and practices that are implemented; and influence the types of IHRD research questions that are investigated. The Handbook examines the processes or actions taken by organisations to globalise IHRD practices and discusses important people development practices that come within the scope of IHRD.
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Chapter 20: IHRD and global talent development

Andrew Bratton, Thomas Garavan, Norma D’Annunzio-Green and Kirsteen Grant

Abstract

The chapter examines the important role of global talent development in MNCs and other international organizations. This chapter commences by defining talent development and international talent development and highlights issues concerning different approaches to talent development. . Second, options for organizing and managing talent development in an IHRD context are set out. Third, the main types of programs that organizations utilize to develop talent in an IHRD context are discussed and differences in talent development in international organizations across different regions are reviewed. Finally, the chapter concludes by proposing future areas of research on talent development in international organizations, as well as recommendations for IHRD practice.

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