Developing global executives is an expensive proposition that can produce a significant return – provided that the corporation uses the knowledge and expertise it gained from earlier experiences effectively. These co-authors interviewed 101 individuals who succeeded in their international postings and concluded that poor management of three factors contribute to the failure of international executives: the individual, the cultural context, and organizational mistakes. Based on … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: George P. Hollenbeck, Morgan W. McCall, Jr. | Source: Ivey Business Journal | Subjects: Human Resources, International
In our borderless global economy, companies must ship their executives nearly as far and wide as their products. Whether these far-flung executives soar or land with a thud may make all the difference between a successful international enterprise or a world-class failure-and it is this crucial difference that Developing Global Executives defines.
Based on a wide-ranging study of veteran global executives, leadership development experts Morgan W. … [ Read more ]
Content: Book | Authors: George P. Hollenbeck, Morgan W. McCall, Jr. | Subjects: Career / Employment, Human Resources, International