Advances in Global Leadership Vol: 11

Joyce S. Osland
San Jose State University, USA

Mark E. Mendenhall
University of Tennessee, USA

Ming Li
University of Liverpool, UK

Product Details
03 Dec 2018
Emerald Publishing Limited
400 pages - 152 x 229mm
Advances in Global Leadership
This volume continues to advance both global leadership research and practice by bridging and integrating conceptual, empirical and practitioner perspectives to provide a deeper understanding of this rapidly growing field of study. Part I presents innovative foundational research on global leadership processes, systematic bibliometric literature reviews, and a holistic approach to talent selection. Part II, the Practitioner’s Corner, contains papers submitted in response to our call for global leadership development in university settings. The editors conclude with directions for future research as well as benchmarks for university global leadership programs and study abroad initiatives.
This volume is a wonderful primer for anyone tasked with designing and assessing global leadership development programs for students. The Advances in Global Leadership series, with its finger firmly on the pulse of this exciting field, is a must-read book for scholars and practitioners alike.
INTRODUCTION. New Advances in Global Leadership: Introduction to Volume 11; Joyce S. Osland, Mark E. Mendenhall, and Ming Li
Here Be Paradox: How Global Leaders Navigate Change; Janet Ann Nelson
Leadership in the Global Context: Bibliometric and Thematic Patterns of an Evolving Field; Pooja B. Vijayakumar, Michael J. Morley, Noreen Heraty, Mark E. Mendenhall, and Joyce S. Osland
Global Leadership Talent Selection as an Integrated Acquisition Process: What Makes a Global Leader? Jürgen Deters
Unpacking the Complexities of Global Mindset: A Multi-lens Analysis; Jörg Hruby, Rodrigo J. A. de Mello, and Eyden Samunderu
Managerial Practices of Strategic Global Mindset: Forging the Connection between Individual Competence and Organizational Capability; Rikke Kristine Nielsen
The Use of Assessment Center Methodology to Develop Students' Global Leadership Competencies: A Conceptual Framework and Applied Example; Ann Herd, Denise Cumberland, William Lovely, III, and Allan Bird
Can Global Leadership Be Taught Online? Mark E. Mendenhall
Developing the Next Generation of Global Leaders: Proposing an Iterative Framework for Student Global Leadership Development; Stephanie L. Quirk and James “Gus” Gustafson
Do All Roads Lead to Global Leadership? Three Approaches to Teaching Global Leadership in Modern Business Schools; Komal Kalra, Mike Szymanski, and Anna Olszewska
Canadian Global Leadership Students Engaged in Strategic Partnerships in Ecuador; Wendy Rowe, Wanda Krause, Gary Hayes, Lisa Corak, Robert Sean Wilcox, Lt Colonel Robert Vargas, Lt Colonel Fabricio Varela, Major Fabricio Cordova, Gesow Azam, and Shina Bopari
The Global Leadership Field and Doctoral Education: Advancing the Discipline through a Targeted Curriculum; Yulia Tolstikov-Mast, Franziska Bieri, Jennie L. Walker, Alicia Wireman, and Vlad Vaiman
CONCLUSION. Global Leadership Development in the University Setting and Future Directions for Advancing Global Leadership Research; Joyce S. Osland, Ming Li, Martha Petrone, and Mark E. Mendenhall
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, USA. She is a past president of the Western Academy of Management and a senior partner in The Kozai Group.
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, USA. He is a past president of the International Management Division of the Academy of Management and a senior partner in The Kozai Group.
Ming Li is a Senior Lecturer in International Human Resource Management at University of Liverpool Management School, UK. She received her PhD in management from University College Dublin, Ireland. She has co-edited Advances in Global Leadership for ten years and serves on several editorial review boards.

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