2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
Paul Sparrow mainly investigates Human resource management, Knowledge management, Management, Competition and Context. His Human resource management study combines topics in areas such as Industrial relations, Globalization, Function and Line management. The concepts of his Function study are interwoven with issues in Industrial organization and Public relations.
His Knowledge management research incorporates themes from Information exchange, Service provision and Project management. His research in Management intersects with topics in Variance, Order, Marketing and Value. The Competition study combines topics in areas such as Multinational corporation and Human resources.
Paul Sparrow spends much of his time researching Human resource management, Knowledge management, Talent management, Public relations and Management. Paul Sparrow usually deals with Human resource management and limits it to topics linked to Resource management and Strategic human resource planning. In his study, Industrial organization is inextricably linked to Function, which falls within the broad field of Knowledge management.
His studies deal with areas such as Emerging markets and Field as well as Talent management. His research integrates issues of Multinational corporation and Value in his study of Public relations. His Management study often links to related topics such as Marketing.
Paul Sparrow focuses on Talent management, Human resource management, Knowledge management, Macro and Marketing. His Talent management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Emerging markets, Multinational corporation, Field and Public relations. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Organizational level, Function and Value.
His Human resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Human resources, Level of analysis and International business. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Value, Management, Leadership style and Productivity. His Management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Key and Process management.
His primary scientific interests are in Talent management, Human resource management, Knowledge management, Perspective and Social psychology. His work deals with themes such as Attractiveness, International development, Field and International business, which intersect with Talent management. Within one scientific family, Paul Sparrow focuses on topics pertaining to Multinational corporation under International development, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Public relations.
His work in Human resource management addresses issues such as Marketing, which are connected to fields such as Workforce planning. Paul Sparrow interconnects Management, Organizational justice, Game theory, Equity and Economic Justice in the investigation of issues within Knowledge management. The concepts of his Management study are interwoven with issues in Value, Value theory, Leverage and Business value.
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The role of the corporate HR function in global talent management
Elaine Farndale;Hugh Scullion;Paul Sparrow.
International Human Resource Management
Pawan S. Budhwar;Randall S. Schuler;Paul R. Sparrow.
European human resource management in transition
Paul Sparrow;Jean-M. Hiltrop.
Globalizing Human Resource Management
Paul Sparrow;Chris Brewster;Hilary Harris.
The Competent Organization: A Psychological Analysis of the Strategic Management Process
Gerard P. Hodgkinson;Paul R. Sparrow.
Convergence or divergence: human resource practices and policies for competitive advantage worldwide
Paul Sparrow;Randall S. Schuler;Susan E. Jackson.
An integrative framework for understanding cross-national human resource management practices
Pawan S Budhwar;Paul R Sparrow.
What is the value of talent management? Building value-driven processes within a talent management architecture
Paul R. Sparrow;Heba Makram.
Intuition in Organizations: Implications for Strategic Management
Gerard P. Hodgkinson;Eugene Sadler-Smith;Lisa A. Burke;Guy Claxton.
Towards a new model of globalizing HRM
Chris Brewster;Paul Sparrow;Hilary Harris.
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