Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance: Volume 8 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: Reimagining Global Talent Management? Considering the implications of context for research and practice

Guest Editors: Susan Kirk, Liza Howe-Walsh, Tracy Scurry

Fading away at work: “I could have left without saying anything” – performing talent management in a multinational organization

Nanna Gillberg, Ewa Wikström

This study was undertaken in order to show how talent management (TM) was performed in practice in a multinational organization as well as how the TM practices affected both…


Social capital, language and host country nationals (HCNs) as global talent

Maryam Bala Kuki, Susan Kirk, Maranda Ridgway

In expatriate-reliant countries, the challenge of attracting and retaining overseas talent remains, despite the COVID-19 global pandemic restricting international travel…

Delving into the dichotomous trajectory of Indian women flexpatriates: using the lens of JD-R theory

Santoshi Sengupta, Deeksha Tewari, Syed Mohyuddin, Parth Patel, Verma Prikshat

Drawing from the Job Demands–Resources (JD-R) theory, this paper aims to identify unique job demands, job resources and personal resources in the context of Indian women…

The role of talent intermediaries in accessing and developing refugee talent pools

Francesca Speed, Anastasia Kulichyova

The purpose of this paper is to understand the role talent intermediaries can play in supporting the access and development of talent from forcibly displaced backgrounds.

Towards liminality competence: a migrant's talent identity narratives for re-imagining global talent management

Gwen Kuan-Wen Chen, Carole Tansley, Robert Chang-Chih Chou

The purpose of this paper is to answer two research questions: How does a self-initiated migrant (SiM)'s talent identity work operate in relation to their culture, the societies…

Weathering the storm: talent management in internationally oriented Greek small and medium-sized enterprises

Foteini Kravariti, Emeka Smart Oruh, Chianu Dibia, Konstantinos Tasoulis, Hugh Scullion, Aminu Mamman

Based on a study of internationally oriented Greek small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and using the lens of institutional theory, this paper extends the understanding of…

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