Advances in Global Leadership Vol: 13

Joyce S. Osland
San Jose State University, USA

Mark E. Mendenhall
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

B. Sebastian Reiche
IESE Business School, Spain

Betina Szkudlarek
University of Sydney, Australia

Product Details
19 Oct 2020
Emerald Publishing Limited
328 pages - 152 x 229mm
Advances in Global Leadership
Advances in Global Leadership brings together insights from leading scholars and practitioners and presents fresh ideas from promising newcomers to the field. With its unique focus on addressing global leadership and collaboration in times of crisis, this volume is both timely and relevant during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond;
This volume is split into two parts:

  • Part 1 of the volume presents research papers that advance our conceptualization and understanding of the construct of global leadership and identify a wide range of future research topics.
  • Part 2 takes an applied perspective, showcasing approaches and solutions to global leadership practice, development, and teaching.
The editors' conclusion chapter aims to expand current thinking on global leadership and recommend future research directions to advance the field.

Given its multidisciplinary focus, this book is a must-read for scholars from a diverse set of scholarly fields and practitioners with a diverse set of global leadership roles. The Advances in Global Leadership series, with its finger firmly on the pulse of this exciting field, is an indispensable compendium of knowledge on global leadership.
Chapter 1. The Role of Global Leadership during the Covid-19 Crisis; Joyce S. Osland, Mark E. Mendenhall, B. Sebastian Reiche, Betina Szkudlarek, Richard Bolden, Dame Polly Courtice, Vlad Vaiman, Margarita Vaiman, Danielle Lyndgaard, Kristine Nielsen, Steve Terrell, Sully Taylor, Yih-teen Lee, Günter K. Stahl, Nakiye Boyacigiller, Tina Huesing, Christof Miska, Milda Zilinskaite, Lisa Ruiz, Heini Shi, Allan Bird, Tim Soutphommasane, Alessandro Girola, Nicola M. Pless, Thomas Maak, Tsedal Neeley, Orly Levy, Nancy Adler, and Martha Maznevski  
Chapter 2. Identifying with Leaders from Another Race: The Impact of Pre-existing Leadership Assumptions and Eye Fixations; Iain Densten 
Chapter 3. The 4 Cs of MNE Strategic Responses to Global Governance; Sheila M. Puffer, David Wesley, Luis Dau, and Elizabeth Moore 
Chapter 4. What Makes for Successful Repatriate Knowledge Transfer? Implications for Repatriate Management and Global Leadership; Joyce S. Osland, Betina Szkudlarek, Gary R. Oddou, Nori Furuya, Juergen Deller, and Roger Blakeney 
Chapter 5. How Global Leaders Learn from International Experience: Reviewing and Advancing Global Leadership Development; Natalia Fey 
Chapter 6. Global Collaboration in Crises; Adriana Burgstaller, Bert Vercamer, Berta Ottiger-Arnold, Christian Mulle, Dominik Scherrer, Eyrún Eyþórsdóttir, Fabricia Manoel, Lisa Cohen, Matthias Müller, Monika Imhof, Myshelle Baeriswyl, Monwong Bhadharavit, Nozipho Mbanjwa, Rachel Clark, Rorisang Tshabalala, Sherifa Fayez, Simone Inversini, Simon Papet, Susanne Reis, Takahiko Nomura, and Tina Nielsen 
Chapter 7. An Interview with Hal Gregersen: The Art of Questioning in Global Leadership;Mark E. Mendenhal
Chapter 8. How Does an Anthropologist Teach Global Leadership to Engineers? An Interview with Julia Gluesing; Joyce. S. Osland 
Chapter 9. Practitioner Insights from 25 years of Developing Global Leadership; Mark Frederick 
Chapter 10. Reflections on Designing a Global Leadership Course; Davina Vora 
Chapter 11. At the Heart and Beyond: What Can Global Leadership Researchers Learn from Perspectives on the Covid-19 Pandemic; B. Sebastian Reiche, M. E. Mendenhall, Betina Szkudlarek, and Joyce S. Osland
Joyce S. Osland is the Lucas Endowed Professor of Global Leadership and Executive Director of the Global Leadership Advancement Center at San Jose State University's Lucas College and Graduate School of Business.
Mark E. Mendenhall is the J. Burton Frierson Chair of Excellence in Business Leadership in the Gary W. Rollins College of Business at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga.
B. Sebastian Reiche is professor and department chair of People Management at IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain.
Betina Szkudlarekis Associate Professor in Management at The University of Sydney Business School, Australia.

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