Marina O. Latukha

Associate Professor, Organizational Behavior and Personnel Management Department

 

 

E-mail: marina.latuha@som.pu.ru

 

 

EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC DEGREES

  • 2007, Harvard Business School (USA), EECPCL
  • 2003, GSOM, St. Petersburg StateUniversity, Candidate of Science;
  • 1994-2000, GSOM, St. Petersburg State University Bachelor and Master Degrees in management.

 

RESEARCH AREAS

  • Talent Management
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Corporate Education and Development
  • Corporate Universities
  • HR Evaluation

 

SELECTED PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS (Overall - 50)

Books

  • Zavyalova, E., Latukha, M. 2017. Managing Human Resource Development. St. Petersburg: SPbU Publishing House.
  • Latukha, M. 2016. Talent Management in Emerging Market Firms: Global Strategy and Local Challenges. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish Companies in Russia. A Collection of Cases / Edited by Andrey G. Medvedev and Marina O. Latukha/ / Graduate School of Management, St.Petersburg State University. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 2012.

 

Papers in academic journals

  • Latukha M., Selivanovskikh, L. 2016. Talent management practices in IT companies from emerging markets: A comparative analysis of Russia, India and China. Journal of East-West Business, 22 (3), 1–30.
  • Latukha, M. 2016. Can talent management practices be considered as a basis for sustainable competitive advantages in emerging market firms? Evidence from Russia. The Thunderbird International Business Review, forthcoming.
  • Latukha, M,  Doleeva, A., Järlström, M., Jokinen, T, Piekkari, R. 2016. Does corporate language influence career mobility? Evidence from MNCs in Russia. European Management Journal, Published online 13 January 2016.
  • Latukha, M. 2015. Talent management in Russian companies: domestic challenges and international experience. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26 (8), 1051-1075.
  • Latukha, M., Panibratov, A. 2015. Top management teams’ competencies for international operations: do they influence a firm’ results? Journal of General Management, 40 (4), 45-68.
  • Panibratov, A., Latukha, M. 2014. Obtaining international results through partnerships:evidence from Russian MNEs in the IT sector. Journal for East European Management Studies, 19 (1), 31-57.
  • Latukha, M., Panibratov, A. 2013. Is the role of HRM strategic in M&A success? Exploring the involvement of HRM in a due diligence process. Journal of General Management, 29(1), 27-54.
  • Latukha, M., Sannikova, Y., Denisov, A. 2013. Human resource due diligence process for mergers and acquisitions. Vestnik SPbGU, Management series, 3, 69-90.
  • Latukha, M., Tsukanova, T. 2013. Talented employees in Russian and foreign companies. Voprosy Economiki,1, 147-156.
  • Panibratov, A., Latukha, M. 2012. Rebranding in educational sector: an experiment of two schools’ merger. Vestnik  SPbGU, Management series, 4, 126-139.
  • Mihailova, I., Panibratov, A., Latukha, M. 2012. International competitiveness of Russian IT firms: strong rivals or survivors at the edge? In Ch. Mukhopadhyay, K.B. Akhilesh, R. Srinivasan, A. Gurtoo and P. Ramachandran (eds.) Driving the Economy through Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Emerging Agenda for Technology Management, New Delhi: Springer India,  849-858.
  • Latukha, M. 2011. To stay or leave: Motives behind the decisions of graduate programs’ trainees’ in European and Russian companies. Journal for East European Management Studies, 16(2), 140-161.
  • Latukha, M., Panibratov, A., Safronova-Salvadori, E. 2011.Entrepreneurial FDI in еmerging еconomies: Russian SME strategy for Brazil. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 12(3), 201-212.
  • Latukha, M. 2011. From training programs to the creation of a corporate education system: the case of a Russian industrial company. International Journal of Case Studies in Management, 9(2), 1-8.
  • Panibratov, A., Latukha, M.  2011. International Clinic: Is it possible to be the Russian healthcare sector leader?  Vestnik SPbGU, Management series, 4, 151-166.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Approaches to corporate training systems for executives: evidence from Russian companies. Human Resource Development International, 13(2), 207-223.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Ilim Pulp, blending former Russian State Enterprises, creates a corporate culture, become an industry leader// Global Business and Organizational Excellence Journal, July/August, 29 (5).
  • Latukha, М. 2009. Executive teams training and development: evidence from Russian companies. Vestnik SPbGU, Management series, 2, 90–115
  • Latukha, М., Denisov, А. 2009. Interactive technologies in selection process. Vestnik SPbGU, Psychology series, 2(2), 200–212
  • Латуха, М., Чайка В. 2008. Санкт-Петербургская фабрика диаграммных бумаг: новая стратегия на исчезающем рынке. Вестник СПБГУ. Серия «Менеджмент», 3, 198–218.
  • Latukha, M. 2008. Corporate University as a project: planning and realization tasks and challenges for the project team (the case study of a large Russian company)// New challenges to managing organization in project business, «Agraf_+», Saint-Petersburg
  • Latukha, M., Bo, J. 2006.  Human Resource management system in Chinese companies: influence of corporate culture on HRM models. Vestnik SPbGU, Management series 4, 83–110
  • Latukha, M. 2003. Comparative analysis of hiring policy, career development and retiring in European countries and Russia. Vestnik SPbGU, Management series, 3, 117–133.

 

Book chapters

  • Panibratov, A., Latukha, M. 2012. Servicing local customers for entering foreign markets: why and how do Russian IT firms internationalize? Marinov, M. and Marinova, S. (eds.) Emerging Economies and Firms in the Global Crisis, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Panibratov, A., Latukha, M. 2012. Konecranes: Balancing scale of operations and quality of services in the Russian B2B market, in Medvedev, A. and Latukha, M (eds.) Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish Companies in Russia. A Collection of Cases, St. Petersburg: SPbSU GSOM, 125-142.
  • Mihailova, I., Panibratov, A., Latukha, M. 2012. International competitiveness of Russian IT firms: strong rivals or survivors at the edge? In Ch. Mukhopadhyay, K.B. Akhilesh, R. Srinivasan, A. Gurtoo and P. Ramachandran (eds.) Driving the Economy through Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Emerging Agenda for Technology Management, New Delhi: Springer India,  849-858.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Employee motivation in insurance business: experience of RESO-Garantia branch. Organizational behavior and HR Management: GSOM SPbSU Case Collection / ed. I.V.Gladkikh, V.N.Minina / Graduate School of Management, St.PetersburgStateUniversity. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 323-340.
  • Latukha, M., Chanko, D. 2010. Creation of Corporate University in Ilim Pulp: reforming the system of corporate education// Organizational behavior and HR Management: GSOM SPbSU Case Collection / ed. I.V.Gladkikh, V.N. Minina / Graduate School of Management, St.Petersburg State University. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 247-270.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Star factory: training and development in insurance business: experience of RESO-Garantia: Case (A). Joint School in Saint-Petersburg: to be or not to be? Organizational behavior and HR Management: GSOM SPbSU Case Collection / ed. I.V.Gladkikh, V.N.Minina / Graduate School of Management, St.PetersburgStateUniversity. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 215-236.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Star factory: training and development in insurance business: experience of RESO-Garantia:  Case (B). RESO School in Saint-Petersburg: organization and development of joint system of training and development of insurance agents. Organizational behavior and HR Management: GSOM SPbSU Case Collection / ed. I.V.Gladkikh, V.N.Minina / Graduate School of Management, St.PetersburgStateUniversity. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 237-246.
  • Latukha, M., Chanko, A., Bykova, A. 2010. Evaluation of training and development system in the large Russian company. Example of Ilim Pulp .Organizational behavior and HR Management: GSOM SPbSU Case Collection / ed. I.V.Gladkikh, V.N.Minina / Graduate School of Management, St.PetersburgStateUniversity. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 271-306.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. INGRI: From training programs to corporate education system .Organizational behavior and HR Management: GSOM SPbSU Case Collection / ed. I.V.Gladkikh, V.N.Minina / Graduate School of Management, St.PetersburgStateUniversity. – St.Petersburg: Publishing House «Graduate School of Management», 307-320.

 

Papers in professional journals

  • Latukha, M. 2012. To work or to play? The work-life balance phenomenon in modern organizations. CEMS Magazine, Summer, 34.
  • Latukha, M. 2009. Personnel adaptation. Spravochnik kadrovika, 4, 109–116.
  • Latukha M. 2009. Adaptation process efficiency evaluation: evidence from Russian companies. Spravochnik kadrovika, 5, 120-127.
  • Latukha, M.2008. European markets are not similar at all: overview of consulting industry. The Human Factor, January-March, 3(1), 30–31.
  • Latukha, M. 2003. Coaching as a method of personnel adaptation. Personnel-Mix, 3, 93-96.

  

Case studies registered in European Case Clearing House (ECCH)

  • Latukha, M. 2014. Challenges in the consulting industry: dealing with talent management (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 414-145-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2014. Challenges in the consulting industry: dealing with talent management (Teaching note). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 414-145-8.
  • Latukha, M. 2014. Cultural differences and problems with quality: are there challenges for human resource management in automobile industry (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 414-143-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2014. Cultural differences and problems with quality: are there challenges for human resource management in automobile industry (Teaching note). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 414-143-8.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. The Uyut Company: Customer Service Development (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-049-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Incentive Program for Executives: The Case of a Russian R&D Company (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-050-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Incentive Program for Executives: The Case of a Russian R&D Company (Teaching Note). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-050-8.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Medical staff attraction and retention: St.Petersburg First Aid Station (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-100-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Medical staff attraction and retention: St.Petersburg First Aid Station (Teaching Note). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-100-8.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Human Resource Management at Yandex (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-101-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2010. Human Resource Management at Yandex (Teaching Note). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-101-8.
  • Latukha, M., Kucherov, D. 2010. Employer branding on the Russian market (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-102-1.
  • Latukha, M., Kucherov, D. 2010. Employer branding on the Russian market (Case). The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 410-102-8.
  • Latukha, M. 2009. INGRI: From training programs to corporate education system. The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 409-012-1.
  • Latukha, M., Chanko, A., Bykova, A. 2008. Evaluation of training and development system in the large Russian company. Example of Ilim Pulp. The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 407-045-1.
  • Latukha, M. 2007. Star factory: training and development in insurance business: experience of RESO-Garantia: Case (A). Joint School in Saint-Petersburg: to be or not to be? The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 407-040-1. Case (B). RESO School in Saint-Petersburg: organization and development of joint system of training and development of insurance agents. The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 407-041-1. 
  • Latukha, M. 2007. Employee motivation in insurance business: experience of RESO-Garantia branch. The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 407-044-1.
  • Latukha, M., Chaika, V. 2007. Diagram paper factory: new strategy on vanishing market .The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 407-043-1.
  • Latukha, M., Chanko, A. 2007. Creation of Corporate University in Ilim Pulp: reforming the system of corporate education. The European Case Clearing House (ECCH), 407-042-1.

 

INTERNSHIPS AND RESEARCH VISITS

  • 2016 – Research visit “Сhina-Russia investment cooperation”, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, China
  • 2014, 2015 - Research visit, Aalto University School of Business, Finland
  • 2014 - Research visit, City University of New York, Baruch College, USA
  • 2011 - International workshop on writing cases and teaching cases provided by ECCH (European Case Clearing House), National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • 2008 - Faculty development program, Haas School of Business, USA
  • 2008 -   International workshop on writing cases and teaching cases provided by ECCH (European Case Clearing House), France
  • 2007 - Executive education program «HRM in Transforming Organization», London Business School, London 
  • 2006 - Executive education program, EECPCL, Harvard Business School (USA)
  • 2006 - Faculty development program, HEC School of Business, France.
  • 2005 -  International Management Teachers Academy, IEDC-Bled School of Management, Slovenia 
  • 2000 -  Exchange student program, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Norway

 

PAPERS AT CONFERENCIES

  • SMS Special Conference “Contextualizing Strategic Management in Asia: Institutions, Innovation and Internationalization”, Hong Kong, China, December 10-12, 2016.
  • 42nd EIBA Annual Conference "Liabilities of Foreignness vs. the Value of Diversity: Conflict or Complement?", Vienna, Austria, December 2-4, 2016.
  • AIB SE Chapter Annual Conference “Crossing Boarders: The Impact of Trade and Tourism”, Tampa, USA, November 10-14, 2016. 
  • Economic Faculty Conference “Evolution of International Trade: problems and perspectives”, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, October 20-22, 2016.
  • 3nd GSOM Emerging Market Conference, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, October 6-8, 2016. 
  • AIB CEE Annual Conference “Boosting competitiveness of Central Europe through digital economy”, Prague, Czech Republic, 28 September – 02 October 2016.
  • AIB Annual Meeting New Orleans, USA, 28 June – 01 July, 2016.
  • 41th EIBA (European International Business Academy) Annual Conference «International Business after the BRIC's Rush», Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 1-3, 2015.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Conference SE Chapter «International Trade, Supply Chains, and Emerging Markets», Savannah, USA, November, 10-16, 2015.
  • GSOM Emerging Market Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, October, 15-17, 2015.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Conference CEE Chapter «International Business and Research in the CEE Region. Why is it worth doing?», Warsaw, Poland, September 16-20, 2015.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Meeting, Bangalore, India, June 27-30, 2015.
  • SMS (Strategic Management Society) Special Conference « From Local Voids to Local Goods:
  • Can Institutions Promote Competitive Advantage?», Santiago, Chile, March,16-23 , 2015.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, June 23-26, 2014.
  • 2nd International Conference of Center of International Business Alborg University «Finding solutions to the new challenges of internationalization», Denmark, Alborg, June 4-6, 2014.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Conference CEE Chapter «Competitiveness of CEE Region in the Global Economy», Budapest, Hungary, October 8-12, 2014.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Conference SE Chapter «Sustainability, Institutions, and Emerging Markets)», Miami, USA, 21-27 October, 2014
  • «Emerging market firms in Europe» Workshop, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, March, 26-29, 2014.
  • 39th  EIBA (European International Business Academy) Annual Conference «Transnational firms, markets and institutions», Bremen, Germany, December 11-15, 2013
  •  AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Conference SE Chapter «Innovation, Institutions and Emerging Markets», Atlanta, USA, October 22-28, 2013.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Special Meeting, Moscow, Russia, September 19-20, 2013.
  • AIB (Academy of International Business) Annual Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, July 3-6, 2013.
  • SMS (Strategic Management Society) Special Conference «Competing and Cooperating in and for China», Guangzhou, China, 2012.
  • 38th  EIBA (EuropeanInternationalBusinessAcademy) Annual Conference «International Business and Sustainable Development », Brighton, England, December 06  - 10, 2012.
  • AIB (Academy of Business) Chapter Conference«Institutions and Emerging Markets», Fort Lauderdale, USA, November, 1-3, 2012.
  • AOM (Academy of Management) Annual Conference «The Informal Economy» and Special Workshop «Emerging Market Multinationals», Boston, USA, August 3-6, 2012.
  • SMS (Strategic Management Society) Special Conference «Globalization of Innovation Strategies: Novel moves for a global game», Paper Development Workshop, Singapore, Singapore, June 7-9, 2012
  • 37th EIBA Annual Conference «Taking International Business to the Next Level – Emerging Issues, Strategies and Economies», Bucharest, Romania, December 8-10, 2011.
  • 36th EIBA Annual Conference «IB’s Role in Building a Better and Stronger Global Economy», Faculdade de Economia, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, December 9-112010.
  • Scientific Workshop «Developing competitiveness in knowledge economy: new approaches to human resource management». Graduate School of Management, Saint-Petersburg state university, saint-Petersburg, Russia, December, 2, 2010.
  • International Workshop on Cross-Border Strategy and Operations: Finnish companies in Russia, Aalto University School of Management, Helsinki, Finland, March 22-23, 2010.
  • 7th Workshop on International Strategy and Cross Cultural Management, Helsinki School of Economics (HSE), Helsinki, Finland, September 25-26, 2009.
  • 26th international conference “Case method research and application”, Vancouver, Canada, June 28-July2, 2009.
  • 25th international conference “Case method research and application”, Napier University Business School, Edinburg, Scotland, June 27-July3, 2008.

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Since 2004 - Deputy Chair of Personnel Management Department (now Organizational behavior and Personnel Management Department)
  • Academic director of International Summer School in collaboration with Vienna University (ISU GSOM-WU), 2017.
  • Since 2009 – GSOM Case writing projects coordinator (2009-2010: Case writing project with Aalto University School of Business)
  • Since 2004 Trainings and consultancy projects for different companies 
  • Member of Editorial Board of Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 2010-
  • Member of AIB (Academy of International Business), 2010-
  • Member of AHRD (Academy of Human Resource Development), 2011-
  • Member of EIBA (European International Business Academy), 2010-
  • Member of SMS (Strategic Management Society), 2012-
  • Member of AOM (Academy of Management), 2016 - .
  • Member Baltic Academy of Education, 2008-
  • Member of WACRA (The World Association of Case Method Research and Application), 2008-
  • Member of Editorial Boards of IJoEM (International Journal of Emerging Markets), IJCRA (International Journal of Case Method Research & Application), Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education

Courses taught at GSOM

  • Global Talent Management (MIM, in English)
  • International Human Resource Management (Bachelor, МIM).
  • Human Resource Management (Presidential program, ЕМВА)
  • Managing in Emerging Markets (MIM, in English)
  • Professional Skills Seminars – Business Writing (MIM, in English)
  • Writing and Publishing Research Papers (PhD program, in English)

 

 

News

 

Talent Management in Emerging Market Firms: the success of the book by Marina Latukha in numbers

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Associate Professor Marina Latukha is awarded the degree of Doctor of Economic Sciences

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