Video resources: International HRM
Regularly updated list of interesting video resources in the field of International HRM
If you are doing resarch in the broad field of international HRM, you might be interested in these recordings. They will allow you to get access to some of the latest thinking in this area. This list will continue to be updated with new videos, so check back regularly.
Dare to be different, publishing and academic careers
I have cut up my presentation in the IHRM seminar series (see next section) into shorter videos, allowing easier access to sections of interest. The first two videos show the presentation itself and some recommendations on how to navigate academia as a PhD student or ECR.
The six other videos are short videos on individual topics, mainly based on questions in the Q&A. The first two dealt with publishing in top journals and publishing multidisciplinary research/
The next two videos provide some reflections on how to do research with social relevance and whether or not doing a PhD later in life is a good idea.
The final videos present my personal reflections on my own academic career and more generally on why I think academia can till be a great career option for some.
HRM webinar series
- IHRM #18: Questioning Elitism in IHRM Studies - 20 September 2022
- IHRM #17: How IHRM can (re)gain the scholarly high ground - 24 June 2022
IHRM #16: Ethnography in International Business - 22 April 2022
IHRM #15: IHRM research: It's time to review, reset, and re-imagine! - 23 March 2022
- IHRM #14: Migration Business Current Issues and Future Trends - 28 January 2022
- IHRM #13: Developing IHRM insight using effective cross-national research - 9 December 2021
- IHRM #12: How have Management and HRM scholars shaped the conversation on the COVID-19 Pandemic? - 26 October 2021
- IHRM #11: Bringing IB and IHRM together - 8 October 2021
- IHRM #10: How to Build Cultural Agility - 20 June 2021
- IHRM #9: The Rise of Fluid Work - 27 May 2021
- IHRM #8: Dare to be different! Why (IHRM) research needs to change? - 29 April 2021
- IHRM #7: What is wrong with “Leader Emergence”? - 13 April 2021
- IHRM #6: How Global Leaders Advance Organizational Goals - 11 March 2021
- IHRM #5: Deglobalization and High Tech Talent - 21 January 2021
- IHRM #4: Global Talent Management, Global Mobility and Covid-19: Where have we been and where are we going? - 19 November 2020
- IHRM #3: The invisible dimensions of human resource management: informal networks, institutions, and practices in international contexts - 15 October 2020
- IHRM #2: The cultural context in IHRM - Recent developments and experiences from digital teaching innovations - 14 September 2020
- IHRM #1: Looking Beyond the Pandemic: What's Next for International HRM? - August 2020
Conference panels and cafes
- AIB 2020: AIB Fellows Cafe on International Mobility Research (2) - 7 July 2020
- AIB 2020: AIB Fellows Cafe on International Mobility Research (1) - 3 July 2020
- EURAM 2018: Famous Scholars: Getting Published - 22 June 2018
- EURAM 2017: The Meaning(s) of 'Expatriate' - 22 June 2017
- EURAM 2017: Famous Scholars in Expatriate Management - 23 June 2017
- Frontline International Business interviews
- Of bears, bumble-bees and spiders & who’s in charge?
- The double-edged sword of ethnic similarity
- Why is learning the host country language important for expatriates?
- Language barriers in multinational companies
- How you see me, How you don't
- Should we distance ourselves from the cultural distance concept?
- New research monograph: Managing expatriates in China
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. She is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business, a select group of distinguished AIB members who are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.