Strategic Management

Joyce Osland, Lucas Endowed Professor of Global Leadership
Global Leadership Advancement Center (GLAC)
This reading list is compiled annually by GLAC. It contains both empirical research and
trade books on global leadership and closely related topics.
Adler, N.J. (2001) “Global leadership: Women leaders.” In Mendenhall, M., Kuhlmann, T., &
Stahl, G. Developing Global Business Leaders: Policies, Processes, and Innovations.
Westport, CT: Quorum Books: 73-97.
Bartlett, C. A. & Ghoshal, S. (1992) What is a Global Manager? Harvard Business Review,
September-October: 124-131.
Beechler, S. & Javidan, M. (2007) “Leading with a global mindset” In M. Javidan, Steers, R. &
Hitt, M. (eds.), Advances in International Management: Special Issue on Global Mindset
Bingham,C., Felin, T, Black, J. S.. (2000) An interview with John Pepper: What it takes to be a
global leader. Human Resource Management. Vol. 39 (2,3): 287.
Bird, A. & Osland, J. 2004. Global competencies: An introduction. In Henry Lane, Martha
Maznevski, Mark Mendenhall and Jeanne McNett (eds.), Handbook of global
management. Oxford: Blackwell: 57-80.
Bird, A., Mendenhall, M., Stevens, M. & Oddou, G. (2010). Defining the content domain of
intercultural competence for global leaders. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25(8):
810 – 828.
Black, J. S., Morrison, A. & Gregersen, H. (1999) Global Explorers: The Next Generation of
Leaders. New York: Routledge.
Bonnstetter, B. J. (2000) The DNA of global leadership competencies. Thunderbird
International Business Review, 42(2), Mar/Apr: 131.
Brake, T. (1997) The Global Leader: Critical Factors for Creating the World Class
Organization. Chicago: Irwin Professional Publishing.
Brown, J. F. The Global Business Leader. New York: Palgrave Macmillian.
Brownell, J. (2006). Meeting the competency needs of global leaders: A partnership approach.
Human Resource Management, 45(3): 309 - 336.
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