Organizations that are expanding globally can find themselves facing two major obstacles: HR professionals without international competencies and an overall lack of the knowledge needed to conduct HRM effectively in new locations.
Global and cultural effectiveness has been identified as one of the core competencies in the SHRM Competency Model, yet, according to Harvard Business Review’s “What Separates Great HR Leaders from the Rest,” there is a substantial gap between the ability of top HR leaders to connect their organization to the outside world and the ability of most other HR leaders.
Learning from mistakes
For a skilled HR professional, HRM in the local office can be relatively easy. You understand relevant…
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