Leading across new borders : how to succeed as the center shifts
By: Gundling, Ernest.
Contributor(s): Caldwell, Christie | Cvitkovich, Karen.Material type: BookPublisher: New Jersey : Wiley, ©2015Description: viii, 232 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781119064022 .Subject(s): Leadership | International business enterprises | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Leadership
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: CHAPTER 1--THE SHIFTING CENTER: EMERGING MARKETS HAVE EMERGED 1 What Is Changing and Why This Matters CHAPTER 2--GLOBAL TALENT: BEYOND OUTSOURCING 16 Who "Global Talent" Is, What People Want, and What They Need to Learn CHAPTER 3--GLOBAL MINDSET: BEYOND CULTURE 35 When Cultural Awareness Is Not Enough CHAPTER 4--GLOBAL TEAMS: BEYOND FACILITATION 55 Why Matrix Teams Fail and How to Get Better Results CHAPTER 5--GLOBAL INCLUSION: BEYOND RACE AND GENDER 74 CHAPTER 6--GLOBAL MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: BEYOND DILIGENCE 101 The Real Work Needed to Bring People Together and Make Any Deal Worthwhile CHAPTER 7--GLOBAL INNOVATION: BEYOND PRODUCTS 123 Agility to Innovate on a Global Scale CHAPTER 8--GLOBAL ETHICS: BEYOND INTEGRITY 148 Conscious Choices to Ensure a Sustainable Future CHAPTER 9--LEADING FROM YOUR OWN CENTER 165 Integrating Your Own Heritage, Present Awareness, and a Vision for the Future APPENDIX A--TEAMLAUNCH: FOUNDATIONS 183 APPENDIX B--ASSESSMENTS FROM APERIAN GLOBAL 194 APPENDIX C--RECOMMENDED CASE STUDIES 195 NOTES 197 BIBLIOGRAPHY 211 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 221 INDEX 223 .
"Leading Across Borders takes up a newer aspect of leadership that has emerged full-blown with the increasing importance of China, India, Brazil, Turkey, Indonesia, and other growing economies. Companies and their employees must now work in an environment that is more globally interconnected each day. This book draws upon deep practical experience, and fresh data to identify the distinctive challenges of leading in a global context rather than a domestic one. It provides valuable advice for anyone who is taking on a global leadership role. In addition to general differences in time zones, language, culture, institutions, and economic environments, global leaders must also typically serve more numerous stakeholders and achieve their goals in a matrix organizational structure without direct lines of authority. Leading Across Borders teaches readers to operate effectively at three levels: - Self - Team - Organization"--