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|Title:||HBR's 10 Must-Reads on Managing Across Cultures||Authors:||Khayr Yaacoub, Hala||Affiliations:||Department of Business Administration||Issue Date:||2016||Part of:||Journal of people and strategy||Volume:||39||Issue:||3||Start page:||55||End page:||56||Abstract:||
HBR's 10 Must-Reads on Managing Across Cultures Author: Jeanne Brett Contributors: Yves L. Doz, Erin Meyer, and Hal Gregersen Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press | 2016 | 176 pages Each article on the list-all must-reads-present an interesting scientific study and a crucial lesson for managing across cultures, covering the gamut of managing diversity, fostering innovation, handling product development, treating expatriates, nurturing multicultural teams, devising cultural maps, raising cultural intelligence, having the ethical and linguisReviewer: tic baggage, or even managing failure. According to this new paradigm, diversity should be holistically thought of as the "varied viewpoints and approaches to work that members of different identity groups bring" (Thomas and Ely, 1996).
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