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Chapter 16 -- Human Resource Management International Human Resource Management is a multifaceted, complex set of activities designed to fuel a firm's world strategies with the right mix of skilled and motivated individuals all across the firm's value added chains. Whether you are an IHRM specialist or an aspiring executive with expatriate postings to foreign countries in your future, the activities of the International HRM division are critical to you . .. and to the success of your firm. IHRM strategic management must fit the firm's overall strategy and structure. Whether the firm seeks to rationalize a few global value added chains to serve big regionally integrated economies with standardized feeder VACs taking advantage of comparative advantage to make the best, most rational locational and ownership decisions for each activity. ..or whether the firm intends to leverage home grown core competencies in an international fashion to where such is lacking in target markets, or whether the firm seeks multiple horizontal FDI involvements to set up completely
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course IBUS 330 taught by Professor Nicholson during the Fall '07 term at S.F. State.

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