KMBS – Strategic Human Resources ianaaqncnt – Assignment ‘ NEH – Academic Year 2oI4 ~ 2015

KMBS – Strategic Human Resources ianaaqncnt – Assignment ‘ NEH – Academic Year 2oI4 ~ 2015

Norah Jones, and Robbie Williams. It was also agreed that Universal could keep hold of

Virgin Music and, crucially, the rights to The Beatles.

In October 2012 the media reported that musicians including Blur, Kylie Minogue and Tinie

Tempah were unhappy with the proposed disposal of the Parlophone label and were

threatening to withhold new albums in protest against being treated as “assets” in the forced

sale of their label. This unhappiness, as in the past, stemmed from the fact that they were not

being involved in business discussions about the future of EMI. The contention was that

musicians, unlike employees, are not free to leave the business if they are unhappy about a
business decision and are tied to recording contracts. Mr Jon Webster, chief executive of the

Music Managers Forum which represents managers and artists, explained that the future of

the record business needed to be based on a genuine partnership with artists.

Case Study Questions

Within the context of HRM & SHRM answer the following questions:

1. To what extent can all record label artists be described as talent?

2. To what extent does the case illustrate the strategic importance of talent?

3. What might be the role ofl-lR in managing and developing talent in the music busmess?

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