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Success for the New Global Manager: How to Work Across Distances, Countries, and Cultures

How do they understand this role and develop for it? This book, based on extensive studies with more than two hundred managers in thirty countries, first describes this new breed of global manager and then introduces a set of pivotal skills — international business knowledge, cultural adaptability, perspective-taking, and having skill as an innovator — that are essential for adapting to contemporary global leadership requirements.
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  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass Publishers
  • Stock Number (Print): 2111
  • Stock Number (eBook): N/A
  • ISBN Number (Print): 0-7879-5845-X
  • ISBN Number (eBook): N/A
  • Author: Maxine Dalton, Chris Ernst, Jennifer Deal, Jean Leslie
  • Copyright: ©2002
  • Number of Pages: 199 Pages

Table of Contents

Success for the New Global Manager: How to Work Across Distances, Countries, and Cultures, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2002
Acknowledgments xi
About the Authors xiii
Introduction 1
Part One: The New Global Manager 11
1. The World of the Global Manager 13
2. What You Already Know: Your Essential Capabilities 27
3. What You Need to Know: The Pivotal Capabilities 68
Part Two: Effective Global Management 85
4. What You Can Do 87
5. What Your Organization Can Do 125
Epilogue: What's Next for the Global Manager? 137
Appendix A: The Research Study 143
Appendix B: An International Code of Business Ethics 169
Appendix C: U.N. Code of Human Rights 177
Suggested Reading 185
References 187
Index 193
About the Center for Creative Leadership 199