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Title Leading in high growth Asia : managing relationship for teamwork and change / editors Dean Tjosvold, Kwok Leung.
Imprint [River Edge] New Jersey : World Scientific, 2004.

Subject Leadership -- Asia -- Cross-cultural studies.
Intercultural communication -- Asia.
Teams in the workplace -- Asia -- Management.
Organizational change -- Asia -- Management.
Industrial management -- Asia -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Tjosvold, Dean.
Leung, Kwok, 1958-
Description 1 online resource (vii, 255 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover -- Contents -- 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 -- 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 -- 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 -- 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 -- 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 -- Leadership Challenges and Excellence in Singapore -- Introduction -- T$18721.
Summary Management scholars from ten Asia-Pacific countries explore aspects of the role leadership plays in business growth, and describe best practices as developed from research. Among the topics are understanding leadership in diverse cultures, leadership strategies and relationship competence development, and leadership in Taiwanese enterprises.
ISBN 9812562133 (electronic bk.)
9789812562135 (electronic bk.)
9789812388698 (alk. paper)
9812388699 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 58810885
Additional Format Print version: Leading in high growth Asia. [River Edge] New Jersey : World Scientific, 2004 9812388699 (DLC) 2004043136 (OCoLC)56632576

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