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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Maria Colesnic
Foreign Model of Human Resource Management and its Adaptation in Domestic Conditions
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The challenges faced by modern business societies on Russian market bring us to posing questions about options for sustainable development of business processes. The foreign model of human resource management and its adaptation in domestic conditions (on the example of a foreign company operating in the region) is a study whose main goal is to define the model (algorithm) of adaptation of the foreign model of human resources management in the realities of the actual Russian economy. We consider that these difficulties influence not only on adaptation of foreign experience, but on development of human resource management in Russia on the whole. Research design of this paper is case study.

We examine practices of HRM of foreign companies opearting in Saint-Petersburg through mixed data collection: a series of observations on the work of the HR manager, his decisions and procedures, interviews with HR manager, secondary research data with relevant topics. General selection is foreign enterprises operating in St. Petersburg. The study uses an available selection, which means that we operate only with companies which agreed to participate in our research.

The result of the work was the developed model of adaptation of human resources management for Toyota - a tool for overcoming the limitations and difficulties of adapting the Japanese model in Russia.

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