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Cultural Intelligence: The Art of Leading Cultural Complexity

 Author: Elisabeth Plum  Category: Leadership, Management  Published: 01 Jan, 2008  Get it on Amazon

Introducing a way of thinking about culture as a dynamic and socially constructed phenomenon rather than a fixed set of rules, this guidebook provides a complete introduction to Cultural Intelligence—a progressive approach to thinking about cultural diversity in the modern workplace. Ideal for leaders and specialists who have a commitment to bridging and benefiting from differences, and who are looking for alternatives to the traditional cultural concepts, this work provides four themed chapters each of which provides an in-depth discussion of one cultural field. Containing numerous examples from the authors’ teaching, research, and consultancy work, this reference also is an ideal resource for any organization seeking to use cultural complexity as a resource and route to innovation.

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