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Towards an understanding of talent management as a phenomenon-driven field using bibliometric and content analysis
Gallardo Gallardo, Eva; Nijs, Sanne; Dries, Nicky; Gallo, Pedro
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Departament d'Organització d'Empreses
This review adopts a phenomenon-driven approach in reviewing the talent management (TM) literature, applying methods derived from bibliometrics and content analysis to evaluate the state of the field and derive implications for research and practice unbiased towards a-priori assumptions of which frameworks or methods are most adequate. Based on analyses of publication volume, journals and their impact factors, most cited articles and authors, preferred methods, and represented countries, we assess whether TM should be approached as an embryonic, growth, or mature phenomenon, and examine dominant (i.e., resource-based view, international human resource management, employee assessment, and institutionalism) versus ‘alternative’ (i.e., knowledge management, career management, strength-based approach, and social exchange theory) theoretical frameworks. Our goal is to assist TM researchers in positioning their work more explicitly vis-à-vis current debates in the existing literature and encourage them to think about which approach best fits their research aims, questions, and designs
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Àrees temàtiques de la UPC::Economia i organització d'empreses
Bibliometrics
Talent management
Phenomenon-driven research
Bibliometric analysis
Content analysis
Literature review
Bibliometria
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