Shaping the Global Leader: Fundamentals in Culture and Behavior for Optimal Organizational Performance

Author:   Henry Biggs ,  Tom Bussen ,  Lenny Ramsey
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9780367225193


Pages:   226
Publication Date:   06 September 2019
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Henry Biggs ,  Tom Bussen ,  Lenny Ramsey
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.336kg
ISBN:  

9780367225193


ISBN 10:   0367225190
Pages:   226
Publication Date:   06 September 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Introduction Chapter One: The What, How and Why of Culture Chapter Two: Individualism ------------------------ Collectivism Chapter Three: A Glass of Beer, A Shot of Sake, and Groupthink Chapter Four: Group Work and the Free-Rider Effect Chapter Five: Achievement --------------- Ascription Chapter Six: Power Distance: Hierarchical versus Egalitarian Chapter Seven: Avoiding the Elixir of Power Chapter Eight: Uncertainty Avoidance Chapter Nine: The Loss Aversion Bias Chapter Ten: Assertiveness Chapter Eleven: Pan-Cultural Motivation Chapter Twelve: Attitudes in Time Chapter Thirteen: Communication is More - Much More - Than Language Chapter Fourteen: Ethnocentrism... Conclusion Appendix Index

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Embrace yourself for a breathtaking journey in the multi-faceted world of cultural beliefs and practices. A must for any student, professional, and world traveler wanting to increase their cultural IQ. - Dr. Nitish Singh, Professor of International Business, The Boeing Institute of International Business, Saint Louis University, USA This book offers a new appraoch to a better understanding of other cultures and would help prevent wrong ideas on how a business person or an international lawyer should behave when negotiating with partners from other cultures. -Joel L. Moneger, Emeritus Professor of Law, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam, Dr HC, France This book presents a comprehensive view of the world's cultures and their implications for business; it will be extremely helpful to anybody trying to successfully do business globally. -Jean Paul Montupet, Former Chairman, Emerson Asia Pacific and Former President, Emerson Europe. If you are interested in any serious way in participating not only in Global world business but also in enjoying the experience, Good to Global is a must read that will give you in-depth analysis of cultures, practices and ideas so you can enjoy the world in a more inclusive way. Biggs, Bussen and Ramsey have done a great job by combining research with practical examples to make the journey of becoming a better world citizen a decidedly pleasant one. -Juan Ferreira, President Latin American Division, Sumitomo Chemical Biggs, Bussen and Ramsey take their readers on a global expedition, connecting real world examples of success and failure to prepare us for the sometimes tenuous, often rocky landscape of global organizational culture -- helping us to keep our own biases in check -- so we can expertly navigate the global landscape. -Tim Nowak, Executive Director, World Trade Center - St. Louis


Embrace yourself for a breathtaking journey in the multi-faceted world of cultural beliefs and practices. A must for any student, professional, and world traveler wanting to increase their cultural IQ. - Dr. Nitish Singh, Professor of International Business, The Boeing Institute of International Business, Saint Louis University, USA This book offers a new appraoch to a better understanding of other cultures and would help prevent wrong ideas on how a business person or an international lawyer should behave when negotiating with partners from other cultures. -Joel L. Moneger, Emeritus Professor of Law, Jean Monnet Chair ad personam, Dr HC, France This book presents a comprehensive view of the world's cultures and their implications for business; it will be extremely helpful to anybody trying to successfully do business globally. -Jean Paul Montupet, Former Chairman, Emerson Asia Pacific and Former President, Emerson Europe. If you are interested in any serious way in participating not only in Global world business but also in enjoying the experience, Good to Global is a must read that will give you in-depth analysis of cultures, practices and ideas so you can enjoy the world in a more inclusive way. Biggs, Bussen and Ramsey have done a great job by combining research with practical examples to make the journey of becoming a better world citizen a decidedly pleasant one. -Juan Ferreira, Global Vice President, Crop Protection, Monsanto/Bayer Biggs, Bussen and Ramsey take their readers on a global expedition, connecting real world examples of success and failure to prepare us for the sometimes tenuous, often rocky landscape of global organizational culture -- helping us to keep our own biases in check -- so we can expertly navigate the global landscape. -Tim Nowak, Executive Director, World Trade Center - St. Louis


Author Information

Henry P. Biggs, PhD, JD, MBA, serves currently as CEO of Course Scheduling and Eusabian Technologies - software development companies with business in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Formerly the Chair of the Foreign Language Department at Houghton College, Biggs served as the Assistant then Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, where he taught International Leadership with co-author Lenny Ramsey. He is a dual citizen of the United States and Italy, and currently resides in Paris, France. Tom Bussen, JD, MBA, formerly served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Asia and as an Assistant Professor of Business at the American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Bussen taught courses there in Leadership, International Business, and Ethics. More recently, Bussen served as Visiting Researcher at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and is now a doctoral student in Organizational Behavior Management at the University of Florida. Lenny Ramsey, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at Carroll University. She earned her PhD in Neuroscience through the McDonnell International Scholars Academy at Washington University in St Louis, where she taught International Leadership. She is a citizen of the Netherlands.

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