DCU Business School Professor named as one of the Most Influential International Thinkers in HRM
Professor David Collings has been named as one of the Most Influential International Thinkers in HRM.
HR Most Influential is an annual list that celebrates the most influential players in the field of people strategy. The writers and academics on the HR Most Influential International Thinkers list work on business models and innovation with important people management implications. They are advancing thinking on talent management and combine academic rigour with practical relevance. They are taking HR in new directions, such as neuroscience, while building the evidence base in older areas like change management. It’s these people that have the ear of HR directors today.
“This annual list celebrates the pioneering and inspirational HR people who are at the heart of the business decision- making process” – Sian Harrington, Publisher
David Collings (PhD) is Professor of HRM at Dublin City University Business School where he leads the HR Directors’ Roundtable. He also Principle Academic Advisor at the Maturity Institute a global network striving to create vibrant, healthy and successful organizations through maximizing the value of people. His research and consulting interests focus on talent management and global mobility. A key focus of his recent work is on understanding the how employees add value in organsiations and how organisations can support key employee groups, including international assignees, in generating sustainable performance. His consulting and speaking engagements include multinational companies in Denmark, Germany, Ireland, the Middle East and the UK. He has published numerous papers in leading international outlets and edited seven books, most recently The Routledge Companion to International HRM with Paula Caligiuri and Geoff Wood.
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