Sub-theme 28: Global Forms of Work and Multinational Enterprises

Charmi Patel, Henley Business School, University of Reading, United Kingdom
Shay S. Tzafrir, University of Haifa, Israel
Pawan Budhwar, Aston University Business School, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Internationalisation and Integration of MNEs
Chair: Shay S. Tzafrir
Aviv Kidron
Integration at crossroads: A new look at integration of international human resource management
Aviv Shoham and Amer Abboud
Challenges of inter-functional integration in international business
Gil Brosh, Shay S. Tzafrir and Ilan Meshoulam
Acquisition of startups by multi-national enterprises: The long-term integration challenge
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Dynamics of Subsidiary Management
Chair: Pawan Budhwar
Joey Soehardjojo and Nigel Driffield
Tracing power and influence in institutional diversity: Competing HR models in Japanese and Indonesian joint ventures
Nihat Anil, Aviv Shoham and Amir Lahat
Managing multinational enterprises across countries
Xavier Philippe, Jean-Philippe Bouilloud and Carole Bonnier
The imaginary work of bureaucracies. The advent of pseudo-rationality in a European subsidiary of a global chemical company
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 16:00 to 17:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Global Work and Cultural Differences
Chair: Charmi Patel
Heejin Kim
Inpatriation as local functional development tool: Case studies of Japanese MNCs
S.B. Farheen Fathima and Upam Pushpak Makhecha
Global virtual teams: Leveraging cultural intelligence for employee engagement in a climate of trust
Gislaine Martinelli Baniski, Rosana Silveira Reis and Sergio Bulgacov
Global work and dynamic capabilities: How cultural differences enable dynamic capabilities in MNE
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Expatriate Management and IHRM
Chair: Wayne Cascio
David S.A. Guttormsen
Managing expatriate talent across borders: A qualitative study of global forms of work within a Norwegian geocentric MNE manufacturer
Kamila Moulaï and Laurent Taskin
From a philosophical inquiry to a surprising consistency: Considering the self-initiated expatriation as an emancipatory project
Ramakanth Tallapragada, Charmi Patel and Arup Varma
Social Networks and Expatriate Success: A Model and Proposition
Paolo Dal Bo
Expatriates’ primary narcissism as a compensation for the disruption of symbolic relationships: a Lacanian perspective
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Global Talent Management and MNEs
Chair: Jonathan Morris
Hila Chalutz Ben-Gal
Addressing the growing complexity of global work through human resources analytics: Hidden patterns in turnover
Wayne Cascio, David Collings and Kamel Mellahi
A multilevel perspective on global talent management and performance in MNEs
Martyna Śliwa and Sylwia Ciuk
Developing a nuanced understanding of foreign language competence in MNEs and its implications for global talent management
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Talent Management in MNE Subsidaries
Chair: Martyna Śliwa
Isabelle Corbett-Etchevers, Maria Beamond, Elaine Farndale and Shiyong Xu
Knowledge flows and R&D talent management in emerging countries. An integrative framework
Stefan Quifors, Torben Andersen and Erling Rasmussen
Re-conceptualizing talent – Global talent management in Scandinavian subsidiaries in ASEAN
Hyun Mi (Hillary) Park, Pawan Budhwar and Alison Glaister
Talent management obstacles in South Korea
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, TLÜ, Silva, S-403
Managerial Cognition, Firm Strategies and Behaviours
Chair: Rosana Silveira Reis
Jonathan Morris and John Hassard
Contrived competition and manufactured uncertainty: Understanding managerial job insecurity narratives in large corporations
Gokhan Ertug, Jesper Edman, Ilya Cuypers and Heeyon Kim
Attention to projections: The impact of foreign films on host country exports
Charmi Patel and Pawan Budhwar
Inter-organisational justice: ‘Fairness’ as sensemaking in the case of Indo-Swedish joint Venture