Examining talent management using CG as proxy measure: a case study of State Bank of India

Case Study By : Hardeep Chahal and Archana Kumari

Purpose – The present paper aims to measure talent management using corporate governance as a proxy measure and examine its impact on business performance in a public-sector bank, i.e. State Bank of India.

Design/methodology/approach – Quarterly reports of State Bank of India from the financial periods 2006-2007 to 2009-2010 are used to collect data with respect to boardroom characteristics and ownership structure, and audit and nomination committees. The data used to assess boardroom characteristics and the audit committee include the number of meetings held, frequency, and meetings attended by board members. Business performance is assessed using ROA, ROE and Tobin’s Q.

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The Effects of Talent Management on Service Quality: A Study on Commercial Banks in Egypt

Case Study By : Wageeh Nafei

Background: Talent Management (TM), as a new managerial concept with regard to Human Resource Management (HRM), has increasingly gained concern and attention from the academic as well as business world, but there are many gaps left for further theoretical development and empirical study. On the other hand, Service Quality (SQ) has become a popular area of academic research.

Cultural Adaptation of an Indian Multinational in its Developed Country Subsidiaries

Case Study By : Roli Nigam & Zhan Su

Abstract: In this article, we present a pilot case study to understand the cultural adaptations and knowledge management of an emerging country multinational (ECM) in its developed country subsidiary. Most studies have concentrated on the experiences of multinationals from developed countries and a serious lack of empirical studies on the experiences of ECMs motivated us to choose this subject for research.

Talent Management: A Research Based Case Study in the GCC Region

Case Study By : Abhilasha Singh , David B. Jones & Nicholas Hall

Abstract: The present case study describes the talent landscape in the Gulf Cooperation Council region, as it exists today.
With unprecedented economic growth and investment in infrastructure by the Government, there is an opportunity to increase the proportion of GCC nationals to engage in private and/or entrepreneurial enterprises.