This text focuses on leading across cultural, economic, social, national, and political boundaries simultaneously. Global Leadership presents the field’s latest studies and practices in a succinct and engaging style that helps scholars, managers, and students grasp the complexities of being a global leader.
The authors begin by explaining the conceptual differences between general leadership and global leadership before examining the various dimensions of the global leadership field, and how it will develop in the future. Users of previous editions will notice that the book has been restructured into five new parts to provide a better conceptual flow. Other new features include:
- A new chapter on talent management and its relationship to global leadership processes.
- Updates to the chapter on global leadership development, including material on international service learning approaches and other "best practice" examples.
- Significant updates to the chapters on responsible global leadership and leading global teams, accounting for recent advances in both disciplines.
This edition will prove a useful guide for graduate students of global leadership, international business, and general leadership classes as well as scholars and managers seeking a thorough understanding of the field today. PowerPoint slides and a list of suggested cases are available to further assist instructors.
About the Author
Mark E. Mendenhall holds the J. Burton Frierson Chair of Excellence in Business Leadership in the College of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, USA.
Joyce S. Osland is the Lucas Endowed Professor of Global Leadership and the Executive Director of the Global Leadership Advancement Center in the School of Global Innovation and Leadership in the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business at San José State University, USA.
Allan Bird is the Darla and Frederick Brodsky Trustee Professor in Global Business in the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, at Northeastern University, USA.
Gary R. Oddou is Professor Emeritus and former Director of the Global Business Management Program at California State University–San Marcos, USA.
Michael J. Stevens is Department Chair and Brady Presidential Distinguished Professor of Management at Weber State University, USA.
Martha L. Maznevski is Professor of Organizational Behavior and Faculty Director for Executive Education at Ivey Business School at Western University, Canada.
Günter K. Stahl is the Chair and Professor of International Management at Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.
Table of Contents
Part I: History of the Field of Global Leadership
1. Leadership and the Birth of Global Leadership Mark E. Mendenhall
2. The Multidisciplinary Roots of Global Leadership Joyce S. Osland
3. An Overview of the Global Leadership Literature Joyce S. Osland
Part II: Global Leadership Competencies
4. Mapping the Content Domain of Global Leadership Competencies Allan Bird
5. Assessing Global Leadership Competencies Allan Bird & Michael J. Stevens
Part III: Global Leadership Development
6. Process Models of Global Leadership Development Joyce S. Osland & Allan Bird
7. The Emerging Field of Global Talent Management and its Implications for Global Leadership Development Ibraiz Tarique and Ellen Weisbord
8. Global Leadership Development: Processes and Practicies Gary R. Oddou and Mark E. Mendenhall
Part IV: Global Leadership Roles
9. Leading Global Teams Martha Maznevski & Celia Chui
10. Global Leadership Knowledge Creation and Transfer Allan Bird & Gary R. Oddou 11. Leading Global Change Joyce S. Osland
12. Responsible Global Leadership Günter K. Stahl, Nicola M. Pless, Thomas Maak, & Christof Miska
Part V: The Future of Global Leadership
13. Back to the Future: Leveraging a Typology of Global Leadership Roles to Guide Global Leadership Research Mark E. Mendenhall and B. Sebastian Reiche