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Internationalisation & Hrm Practices of Emerging Economies' Multinational Corporations Across Subsidiaries

Internationalisation & Hrm Practices of Emerging Economies' Multinational Corporations Across Subsidiaries

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  • ISBN-13: 9783656591320
  • Publisher: GRIN Verlag GmbH
  • Release Date: Feb 24, 2014
  • Pages: 36 pages
  • Dimensions: 0.09 x 8.27 x 5.83 inches


Project Report from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: B, University of Bedfordshire, course: MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, language: English, abstract: The current era is very often termed as New Geography of Investments. It has also been examined that Developing and Industrialised Economies are listed first in the categories of top five economies from where MNCs come. UNCTAD (2004) has classified developed economies into two two groups: Newer Industrialised (Singapote, Taiwan and South Korea) which are successful in establishing good track record and sometime also known as outward investors and the second group is of Rapidly Developing Economies (China and India). The core objective of this report is to discover how MNCs are forming their HRM strategies within the emerging econimies and how much they are successful in aligning their HRM practices with their main business strategies and also with operational activities. This report will be useful in the identification and the analysis of travel of ideas between MNCs residing in East and West in relation to the their purpose and opportunity in accordance to the Human Resource (HR) practices and policies cross national transfer. The case study on Alpha Services provide some interesting insight about the way in which emerging economies' MNC strategizing and managing their operations in different regions. It has been understood that Indian MNCs are facing many problems in reorganizing their internationalization strategies. Correspondingly, the company's corporate coordination and control mechanism are highly influenced by multiple issues that the company is facing as MNC from the emerging economy. The approach of Alpha Services in regard to the adoption of performance indicators from its major US based business solution company and then to make those indicators as an integral part of company's PMS (Performance Management System is seems to be a clear

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