Challenges for Information Systems Management and Human Resources Management within the Globalisation of Companies
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Adina Barbulescu: West University of Timisoara, Romania
This paper addresses the issue of globalisation of companies. Its aim is to provide an overall picture about the challenges that global enterprises face with regard to the adaptation of their human resources management and information systems management within the globalisation process. It begins by a description of the environment and the forces at the origin of the globalisation of companies. It then presents the contrary forces, which oppose themselves to those at the origin of the globalisation and pushing it forwards, which slower the globalisation of companies. The core of the paper consists in the presentation of the steps companies have to pursue in order to adapt their information systems management and human resources management to their globalisation objectives. The conclusions are a synthesis of the main results of the research.
Keywords: information systems management; human resources management; globalisation of companies; global enterprises; multinational companies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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