Cross-Cultural Approaches to LeadershipCross-Cultural Approaches to Leadership Development (Hardcover)
by C. Brooklyn Derr (Editor), Sylvie Roussillon (Editor), Frank Bournois (Editor)
Hardcover: 377 pages
Publisher: Quorum Books (March 30, 2002)
Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 6.2 x 1.2 inches
About the Book
Well documented, this work is an excellent supplemental resource for readers interested in leadership, executive development, human resource development, and global issues. Graduate, research, and professional collections.??Choice
Leadership development is critical to organizational competitive advantage. The key to successful leadership development programs lies in understanding the complex and always-shifting interplay of national culture, organizational culture, program dynamics, and individual differences. Editors Derr, Roussillon, and Bournois explain the interrelationships among these influences, demonstrating how national culture may play a greater role in leadership development programs in some countries than in other countries.
About the Author
C. BROOKLYN DERR is Staheli Professor of International Business and Executive Director of the Global Business Center at the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University, and is affiliated with the Lyon Graduate School of Management (EM Lyon) in Lyon, France. SYLVIE ROUSSILLON is Professor of Organizational Behavior at EM Lyon. FRANK BOURNOIS is Professor of Management at the University of Paris Pantheon-Assas (Paris II).