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This e-book covers the problems relating to human source administration (HRM) in a global context. It offers views and destiny course in foreign HRM learn. The chapters discover the types, instruments and approaches utilized by foreign corporations with a purpose to help overseas managers to higher face the demanding situations and adjustments in HRM. it truly is compatible to HR managers, engineers, marketers, practitioners, lecturers and researchers within the field.

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Supporting organisational learning and other knowledge processes has been identified as a key strategic tasks facing HRM [54, 55]. Recent studies have confirmed a positive impact of HRM systems on knowledge sharing, knowledge management or organisational ambidexterity [56–58]. Managerial systems have also been suggested as mechanisms through which organisations can facilitate development of absorptive capacities [22, 39]. This suggestion, despite its potential to shed light on the mechanisms enhancing organisational knowledge flows, has not been taken much further in the literature [5].

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