Selecting International Executives: A Suggested Framework and Annotated Bibliography
Organizations looking to establish and maintain a proactive global presence have executive selection requirements that go beyond traditional leadership skills. These requirements also include cross-cultural experience in negotiating, developing, and maintaining partnerships with other businesses worldwide. Because the globalization of organizations is relatively new, little is known about how to identify and select executives who have the skills to operate effectively in a global environment. This book, for practitioners and human resources professionals, summarizes the most current informationabout the skills needed to successfully lead a global organization, and defines a framework for identifying executives who possess those skills.
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Thinking about Global Executive Selection
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