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Strategic International HR Planning

Strategic international HR planning typically involves projecting global competence supply, forecasting global competence needs, and developing a blueprint to establish global competence pools within companies, so that the supply of global managers worldwide will be sufficient to meet with the MNC’s global strategies.

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