Leadership and cultures around the world: findings from GLOBE

Javidan, Mansour; House, Robert J.
March 2002
Journal of World Business;Spring2002, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Provides an overview of leadership and cultures around the world based on the findings of Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness. Status of the U.S. export market as of 2001; Significance of cross-cultural research to executives facing global challenges; Benefits from understanding the dynamics of cultural similarities.


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