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Examples of HRM Implications of Going Global

What are examples of human resource management implications of "going global"?

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1. Identify the Industry and Countries
2. Evaluation of the HR Challenges and the Organization's Overall Effectiveness
3. Determine Staffing Best Practices
4. Conduct an HR Audit and Review/Revise the Organizational Structure

Identify the Industry and Countries
Since you are in the industry you should have a good idea about what you do, your competition, and where to do business best. If not, a quick search of EBSCOhost pulled up Economist, a UK "weekly newsmagazine of world politics and current affairs, business, finance and science." This publication seems to be a good source to identify "movers and shakers" around the world as far as countries go. Locating a good match for what you do and where they can do it better or as good is important to maintaining your business model.

Evaluation of the HR Challenges and the Organization's Overall Effectiveness
India seems to be a meca for IT businesses making it a prime subject for inspection. Sanjeevan Valanju, VP of Business Initiatives with SKP Group (a firm that helps business set up shop in India) wrote an article ...

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Since you are in the industry you should have a good idea about what you do, your competition, and where to do business best. If not, a quick search of EBSCOhost pulled up Economist, a UK "weekly newsmagazine of world politics and current affairs, business, finance ... Reorganizers see the organizational structure as stable and put the corporate strategy first. Patchers see it differently. The see the structure as temporary and flexible with the end result based on developing business opportunities.

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