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Leading in high growth Asia [electronic resource] : managing relationship for teamwork and change / editors Dean Tjosvold, Kwok Leung.

Contributor(s): Tjosvold, Dean | Leung, Kwok, 1958-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [River Edge] New Jersey : World Scientific, c2004Description: 1 online resource (vii, 255 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9812562133 (electronic bk.); 9789812562135 (electronic bk.); 9789812388698 (alk. paper); 9812388699 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Leadership -- Asia -- Cross-cultural studies | Intercultural communication -- Asia | Teams in the workplace -- Asia -- Management | Organizational change -- Asia -- Management | Industrial management -- Asia -- Cross-cultural studies | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Leadership | Leadership -- Asia | Industrial management -- Asia | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Leading in high growth Asia.DDC classification: 658.4/092/095 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- TOC$Contents -- CH$The Leadership Challenge in High Growth Asia: Developing Relationships -- Understanding Effective Leadership -- Asian Perspective on Relationships -- Emerging Western Perspective on Relationships -- Leader as Head -- Teamwork for Becoming a Leader -- The Book's Purposes -- References -- CH$Understanding Leadership in Diverse Cultures: Implications of Project GLOBE for Leading International Ventures -- New Challenges for Leading in a Global World -- Strategic Significance of Cultural Dimensions -- Performance Orientation -- Assertiveness Orientation -- Future Orientation -- Humane Orientation -- Institutional Collectivism -- In-group Collectivism -- Gender Egalitarianism -- Power Distance -- Uncertainty Avoidance -- Leveraging Cultural Dimensions for Effective Cross-cultural Leadership -- Leveraging Cultural Differentials for Global Strategic Advantage -- Sequence of Global Investments -- Mode of International Entry -- Design of Value Chain Organization -- Multi-Constituency Leadership -- Human Resource Diversity -- Conclusions -- References -- CH$Leadership Strategies and Relationship Competence Development -- Introduction -- Relationship Management and Implicit Leadership -- Leadership Strategy and Organizational Change -- Leadership Team and Event Management -- Relationship Leadership in Virtual Teamwork -- Conclusions: Leadership Strategies and Relationship Competence -- References -- CH$Leadership in Taiwanese Enterprises -- Familism and Leadership -- Paternalistic Authority and Leadership -- Cultural Values and Leadership -- Chinese Capitalism and Leadership -- Paternalistic Headship -- Paternalistic Leadership and Subordinates' Responses -- Three Dimensions of Paternalistic Leadership -- Differential Guanxi and Leadership -- Guanxi and the Interactions between Superiors and Subordinates -- Employee Categorization Model and Leadership Style -- Leader and Chin-Shin Relations in Taiwanese Organizations -- The Five Roles of Chin-Shins in Taiwanese Organizations -- Perceptions of the Superior and Chin-Shin by Subordinates -- The Effects of Superior and Chin-Shin Relationships on Performance Appraisal -- Leadership Behavior and Employee Effectiveness -- Transformational Leadership and Follower Performance -- Conclusion and Implication -- References -- CH$Organizational Leadership in the Malaysian Context -- An Overview -- The Malaysian Context -- The Backdrop -- The Socio-Cultural Milieu -- The Two Interwoven Work Values -- Preference for Relationships -- Preference for Hierarchy -- Manifestations of Interwoven Values -- The Issue of Effective Leadership -- Leadership Studies in Malaysia -- Leadership Preferences -- Effective Leadership Styles -- Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Approach to Leadership -- Power Influence Approach to Leadership -- Knitting the Threads -- Organizational Leadership in Malaysia -- Toward Nurturant-Task (NT) Leadership in Malaysia -- The Background -- Theoretical Assumptions -- Shift in Style (NT to P) -- Empirical Evidence from India Supporting the NT Model -- Empirical Evidence from Malaysai Supporting the NT Model -- The Summing Up -- Summary and Implications -- Directions for Future Research -- References -- CH$Leadership Challenges and Excellence in Singapore -- Introduction -- T$18721
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Cover -- TOC$Contents -- CH$The Leadership Challenge in High Growth Asia: Developing Relationships -- Understanding Effective Leadership -- Asian Perspective on Relationships -- Emerging Western Perspective on Relationships -- Leader as Head -- Teamwork for Becoming a Leader -- The Book's Purposes -- References -- CH$Understanding Leadership in Diverse Cultures: Implications of Project GLOBE for Leading International Ventures -- New Challenges for Leading in a Global World -- Strategic Significance of Cultural Dimensions -- Performance Orientation -- Assertiveness Orientation -- Future Orientation -- Humane Orientation -- Institutional Collectivism -- In-group Collectivism -- Gender Egalitarianism -- Power Distance -- Uncertainty Avoidance -- Leveraging Cultural Dimensions for Effective Cross-cultural Leadership -- Leveraging Cultural Differentials for Global Strategic Advantage -- Sequence of Global Investments -- Mode of International Entry -- Design of Value Chain Organization -- Multi-Constituency Leadership -- Human Resource Diversity -- Conclusions -- References -- CH$Leadership Strategies and Relationship Competence Development -- Introduction -- Relationship Management and Implicit Leadership -- Leadership Strategy and Organizational Change -- Leadership Team and Event Management -- Relationship Leadership in Virtual Teamwork -- Conclusions: Leadership Strategies and Relationship Competence -- References -- CH$Leadership in Taiwanese Enterprises -- Familism and Leadership -- Paternalistic Authority and Leadership -- Cultural Values and Leadership -- Chinese Capitalism and Leadership -- Paternalistic Headship -- Paternalistic Leadership and Subordinates' Responses -- Three Dimensions of Paternalistic Leadership -- Differential Guanxi and Leadership -- Guanxi and the Interactions between Superiors and Subordinates -- Employee Categorization Model and Leadership Style -- Leader and Chin-Shin Relations in Taiwanese Organizations -- The Five Roles of Chin-Shins in Taiwanese Organizations -- Perceptions of the Superior and Chin-Shin by Subordinates -- The Effects of Superior and Chin-Shin Relationships on Performance Appraisal -- Leadership Behavior and Employee Effectiveness -- Transformational Leadership and Follower Performance -- Conclusion and Implication -- References -- CH$Organizational Leadership in the Malaysian Context -- An Overview -- The Malaysian Context -- The Backdrop -- The Socio-Cultural Milieu -- The Two Interwoven Work Values -- Preference for Relationships -- Preference for Hierarchy -- Manifestations of Interwoven Values -- The Issue of Effective Leadership -- Leadership Studies in Malaysia -- Leadership Preferences -- Effective Leadership Styles -- Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Approach to Leadership -- Power Influence Approach to Leadership -- Knitting the Threads -- Organizational Leadership in Malaysia -- Toward Nurturant-Task (NT) Leadership in Malaysia -- The Background -- Theoretical Assumptions -- Shift in Style (NT to P) -- Empirical Evidence from India Supporting the NT Model -- Empirical Evidence from Malaysai Supporting the NT Model -- The Summing Up -- Summary and Implications -- Directions for Future Research -- References -- CH$Leadership Challenges and Excellence in Singapore -- Introduction -- T$18721

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