Skill webs and international human resource management: lessons from a study of the global skill strategies of transnational companies
Ashton, D., Brown, P. and Lauder, H., 2010. Skill webs and international human resource management: lessons from a study of the global skill strategies of transnational companies. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21 (6), pp. 836-850.
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This paper examines the development of global skill webs in transnational companies (TNCs). Based on research in seven countries, it argues that skill webs are becoming more strategic in character as companies seek competitive advantage by relocating high-skilled work to low-cost locations. The paper explores the implications of these findings for both the 'conventional' approach to international human resource management and that influenced by the 'varieties of capitalism' School.
|Creators||Ashton, D., Brown, P. and Lauder, H.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||varieties of capitalism, skill webs, knowledge management, skill formation, transnational companies, globalisation, digital taylorism|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Education|
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