Globalizing People through International Assignments / Edition 1by Stewart Black
Pub. Date: 12/10/1998
This book covers every aspect of international assignments. It is written primarily for someone who must deal with the global economy and the strategic role of people in achieving international competitiveness. Globalizing People through International Assignments is designed to provide a sophisticated but practical understanding of the strategic roles of international assignments as well as the dynamics of the full cycle of these assignments.
- Publication date:
- Addison Wesley Series on Managing Human Resources Series
- Product dimensions:
- 5.32(w) x 8.44(h) x 0.73(d)
Table of Contents
I. THE STRATEGIC ROLES OF GLOBAL ASSIGNMENTS.
1. The Strategic Roles of Global Assignments.
2. The Process of Making Cross-Cultural Adjustments.
II. BEFORE THE ASSIGNMENT.
3. Selecting: Finding the Right People.
4. Training: Helping People Learn to Do the Right Things.
III. DURING THE ASSIGNMENT.
5. Adjusting: Developing New Mental Maps and Behaviors.
6. Integrating: Balancing Dual Allegiance.
7. Appraising: Determining If People Are Doing the Right Things.
8. Rewarding: Recognizing People When They Do Things Right.
IV. AFTER THE ASSIGNMENT.
9. Repatriating: Helping People Readjust and Perform.
10. Retaining: Utilizing the Experi enced Global Manager.
11. Managing the Entire Global Assignment Cycle: Establishing Best Practices.
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