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Readings and Cases in International Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior, 5th Editionexamines cross-cultural interactions between people and cultures and human resource systems in a wide variety of regions throughout the world. This is truly a Global collection. Features include: * new readings and case studies positioned alongside trusted #xE2;#xAC;#xDC;tried and true#xE2;#xAC;" readings and cases from past editions * a companion website featuring supplemental material and teaching notes to enhance instructors#xE2;#xAC;" abilities to use the readings and cases with their students. Written to enable students to meet the international challenges that face them everyday and to sensitize them to the complexity of human resource issues in the era of globalization, this text is a vital resource for all those studying international human resource management.
Gnter K. Stahl is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD. Mark E. Mendenhall is the J. Burton Frierson Chair of Excellence in Business Leadership at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. Gary R. Oddou is a Professor at California State University-San Marcos. He teaches Leadership in a Global Context, Managing in Different Cultures, International Business Management, and International Human Resource Management.
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. ix|
|Preface: The White-Water Rapids of International Human Resource Management: Robin Earl's Dilemma||p. xiii|
|List of Contributors||p. xxii|
|The Context of IHRM: Challenges, Strategies, and External Forces||p. 1|
|Putting the Challenges of International Human Resource Management into Perspective||p. 3|
|Managing Global Talent Challenges with Global Talent Management Initiatives||p. 24|
|Localisation: Societies, Organisations and Employees||p. 45|
|Peter Hanson: Building a World-Class Product Development Centre for Hi Tech Systems in China||p. 62|
|Socometal: Rewarding African Workers||p. 71|
|Four Seasons Goes to Paris||p. 74|
|Cross-National and Global Leadership||p. 105|
|Developing Global Leadership Capabilities and Global Mindset: A Review||p. 107|
|In The Eye of the Beholder: Cross-Cultural Lessons in Leadership From Project Globe||p. 131|
|Multicultural Individuals: What Can They Bring to Global Organizations?||p. 167|
|Computex Corporation||p. 185|
|Johannes Van Den Bosch Sends an Email||p. 188|
|Carlos Ghosn: Leader without Borders||p. 190|
|Training, Performance Management, Appraisal, and Compensation Issues for Global Managers||p. 209|
|Changing Patterns of Global Staffing in the Multinational Enterprise: Challenges to the Conventional Expatriate Assignment and Emerging Alternatives||p. 211|
|Expatriate Performance Appraisal: Problems and Solutions||p. 236|
|A Local Perspective to Expatriate Success: Executive Overview||p. 246|
|Fred Bailey: An Innocent Abroad||p. 269|
|Recruiting a Manger for Brb Israel||p. 276|
|Andreas Weber's Reward for Success in an International Assignment: A Return to an Uncertain Future||p. 282|
|People Issues in International Teams, Alliances, Mergers, and Acquisitions||p. 287|
|Managing Multicultural Teams||p. 289|
|Cultural Diversity in Cross-Border Alliances||p. 299|
|Human Resource Management Issues in International Mergers and Acquisitions||p. 320|
|A Marriage of Reason: Renault and Nissan's Global Strategic Alliance||p. 341|
|Lenovo-Ibm: Bridging Cultures, Languages, and Time Zones||p. 351|
|Guangdong Electronics||p. 366|
|Global Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Management of Diversity||p. 381|
|When is Different Just Different, and When is Different Wrong?||p. 383|
|Frameworks for Teaching and Learning Business Ethics within the Global Context: Background of Ethical Theories||p. 397|
|Stereotype Threat at Work||p. 410|
|Changmai Corporation||p. 434|
|Olivia Francis||p. 442|
|Levi Strauss & Co.: Addressing Child Labour in Bangladesh||p. 446|
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