The Management of Human Resources in Chinese-Western Joint Ventures
- Human resource management practices in international joint ventures in mainland China: a justice analysis. Leung, Kwok; Kwong, Jessica Y.Y. // Human Resource Management Review;Spring2003, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p85
International joint ventures (IJVs) now abound in mainland China and have become a driving force of its economic development. However, because of differences in national culture and social institutional arrangements, Chinese and foreign partners often regard different human resource management...
- International Joint Ventures and HRD. Nadler, Leonard; Nadler, Zeace // Training & Development Journal;Jun90, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p71
Discusses factors to be considered when planning human resources development (HRD) for international joint ventures. Definitions of HRD; Impact of a country's concept of time on HRD; Communication among HRD department of the companies.
- Standardization and Localization of Human Resource Management in Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures. Shaohui Chen, Kate; Wilson, Marie // Asia Pacific Journal of Management;Sep2003, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p397
Focuses standardization and localization of human resource management in Sino-foreign joint ventures. Increase in international joint ventures with the rise in globalization of industries; Characteristics of human resource management in the internationalizing firm.
- The antecedents and outcome of control in IJVs: A control gap framework. Huang, Ming-Chang; Chiu, Ya-Ping // Asia Pacific Journal of Management;Mar2014, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p245
Plenty of researchers have explored the relationship between parent firm control and international joint venture (IJV) performance. However, the conclusions of these researchers are inconsistent. Some studies suggest that total control from foreign parent firms produces better outcomes, while...
- barometer results. // Personnel Today;9/30/2008, p46
The article presents information on the results of a survey related to personnel management conducted by this journal. One of the questions was if the employee's organization struggled to find good candidates for business partner roles. Out of the total respondents 67% said yes and the rest said no.
- Managing People in China: Perceptions of Expatriate Managers. Sergeant, Andrew; Frenkel, Stephen // Journal of World Business;Spring98, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p17
Foreign direct investment has boomed in China and East Asia more generally over the past decade. This has been accompanied by an influx of expatriate managers with responsibility for managing joint ventures and subsidiaries. The paper reviews the relevant literature and draws on interviews with...
- Selecting management talent for joint ventures: A suggested framework . Adobor, Henry // Human Resource Management Review;Jun2004, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p161
Joint ventures (JVs) and other forms of interfirm collaboration continue to be an important part of the strategy of a substantial number of finns. Although JVs are interfirm level phenomena, individuals play very important roles in managing the relationship. This article presents a framework for...
- Human Resources Competencies. // Journal of Sport Management;Jul1996, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p340
This article focuses on a study related to competencies of human resources. The purpose of the study was to identify specific competencies that HR professionals need in order "to become full business partners" in organizations. Over 12,000 employees familiar with the work carried out by human...
- FACTORS AFFECTING MALAYSIA-CHINA CONSTRUCTION JOINT VENTURE (MCCJV) PROJECTS. Mo Xuan; Omran, Abdelnaser; Pakir, Abdul Hamid Kadir // Journal of Academic Research in Economics;Nov2011, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p317
With the economic globalization growing at a rapid pace over the past years, the international joint ventures (IJVs) have become popular increasingly in a large number of countries, as well as many industries. For the purposes of sharing risk, complementing or integrating resources, authority...