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Prof David Collings

DCU Business School

Name: Prof David Collings
Department: DCU Business School
Work Area: HR Management Group
Role: Associate Dean for Research
Phone Number: 01 700 6937
Email Address: david.collings@dcu.ie
Room: Q112
Campus: DCU Glasnevin Campus

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Biographical Details

David Collings (PhD, Limerick) is Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Research at DCU. He is currently a Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the ILR School at Cornell University. Prior to joining DCU, he held faculty positions at the National University of Ireland, Galway and the University of Sheffield. He was also Visiting Professor at King's College London and Nanyang Business School, Singapore. He is Deputy Editor at the Journal of World Business and currently sits on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies and a number of other journals. He is the former editor of the Human Resource Management Journal and the Irish Journal of Management and permanent Chair of the EIASM workshop on talent management. He has been named by HR Magazine as one of the Most Influential International Thinkers in the field of HRM three times (2014-2016). His research and teaching focuses on talent management and global staffing. He has consulted with a number of leading global organisations in these area. His speaking and consulting engagements include Airbus, the Danish Confederation of Industry, Enterprise Ireland, KPMG, Medtronic, Mercer, Stryker and many others.    He is currently supervising a number of PhD students in areas such as international staffing, subsidiary innovation, HRM and performance, and born global firms. He has taught and delivered executive education in the US, UK, Iceland, Finland, France, Denmark, Singapore. He is available for media comment on talent, mobility and broader strategic HR issues. 

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