9781410611222

International Assignments : An Integration of Strategy, Research, and Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9781410611222

  • ISBN10:

    1410611221

  • Copyright: 2004-09-15
  • Publisher: LEA, Inc.

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Summary

The importance of International Human Resources cannot be overemphasized in our world of "global" markets. It is extremely important to develop globally competent leaders and managers. Stroh et al are noted researchers in the field. This book will serve

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Contents
Foreword
Preface
Part I
The Strategic Roles of International Assignments in Globalization
The Process of Cross-Cultural Adjustment
Before the Assignment.Selecting: Identifying Candidates With Global Leadership Potential
Training: Helping People to Do the Right Things
During the Assignment
Adjusting: Developing New Mental Road Maps and Cultural Skills
Integrating: Balancing Multiple Allegiances
Appraising: Determining if People are Doing the Right Things
Rewarding: Compensation and Pay
After the Assignment.Repatriating: Helping People Readjust and Perform
Retaining: Utilizing the Experienced Global Manager
Managing the Entire Global Assignment Cycle: Establishing Best Practices
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