Talent Management

This series focuses on talent management, one of the fastest growing areas of research in the areas of business and management. As a topic it bridges a number of core management areas, including HRM, Organisational Psychology, Strategy and International Business.

The series features monographs and edited collections exploring both research and practical perspectives on contemporary talent management. The main aim of the series is to provide a key outlet for scholars wishing to publish novel perspectives on talent and talent management from across disciplinary divides. It also provides an opportunity for those seeking to explore new and innovative issues and topics in this area in greater depth.

The series will bring together emerging theoretical approaches with real world practitioner perspectives from across a range of subjects in this field, including (but not limited to):

• Employer branding
• Talent analytics
• Global talent management
• Talent turnover
• Talent retention
• Talent development
• Talent and teams
• Distribution of performance
• Transferability of performance
• Contextual performance
• Performance and potential
• Talent management in SMEs
• Talent management in the public sector
• Talent management in developing economies

To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editors via email:

Vlad Vaiman
California Lutheran University, USA
vvaiman@callutheran.edu

David Collings
Dublin City University Business School, Ireland
david.collings@dcu.ie


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