Winning with Transglobal Leadership

Winning with Transglobal Leadership

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Sharkey, Linda D. | Razi, Nazneen | Cooke, Robert A. | Barge, Peter The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2012 Audio summary available
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In the early days of overseas expansion, companies could afford to overlook poor leadership abroad. International competition was in its infancy, performance metrics were unsophisticated, and communication was relatively slow. Mistakes were obscured by cultural and language barriers. Today, weak overseas managers have no place to hide. Globalization is transforming markets and industries, and world economies are interconnected as never before. The authors of Winning with Transglobal Leadership argue that top performance on a global scale requires particular forms of intelligence and a specialized array of behaviors. But because of these recognizable characteristics, savvy managers need not depend on luck or serendipity to find global talent. They can create a pipeline of future leaders by continuously recruiting, training, and supporting the best candidates.