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Talent management in Covid -19 crisis – how Dubai manages and sustains its global talent pool

Haak-Saheem, W. (2020) Talent management in Covid -19 crisis – how Dubai manages and sustains its global talent pool. Asian Business and Management. ISSN 1476-9238 (In Press)

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Abstract/Summary

Taking stock is a difficult task to get right, particularly in a world where future outlooks are changing all around us, shifting the landscape on which we stand. Predictably, policy makers and business leaders feel anxious as they struggle to marshal and mobilize their talent pool through this global health crisis. Unlike other global crises, this exogenous shock has speeded up the adoption of social and physical distance and remote working and may be pointing the way to the future of global talent management. The increased IT capacity and a move away from traditional work arrangements make talent more mobile, which means cities and business compete for the best employees globally. This is in particular true for geographic locations in which demographic trends drive talent shortage, such as in Dubai.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > International Business and Strategy
ID Code:90818
Publisher:Springer

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