BEST PRACTICES FOR TEACHING GLOBAL LEADERSHIP

Rikke Kristine Nielsen, Joyce Osland, Nancy Adler, Paula Caligiuri, William A. Lovely, III, Lily Ming, Sebastian Reiche, Martha Maznevski, Marie-Thérèse Claes, Danielle Lyndgaard, Elmer Mortensen

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Abstract

The shortage of global leaders has been well-documented from the mid-1990s to the present; in recent years the scarcity has caused companies to cut back on strategic initiatives. Neither business schools nor firms are doing an adequate job of preparing global leaders. Universities face several barriers to developing effective courses in this field: a) a limited cadre of experienced global leadership professors; b) few global leadership textbooks; c) lack of training programs for professors newly tasked with teaching global leadership; and d) absence of a virtual community of practice to seek and share teaching knowledge.

To share valuable teaching knowledge, we recruited highly experienced
professors and global leadership practitioners to share their best practices in small breakout groups, covering various pedagogical methods described in written handouts. The four goals of these group discussions are to: 1) provide attendees with an up-to-date conceptual overview of the global leadership development literature; 2) allow attendees to learn about best practices developed by expert teachers and trainers; 3) enable attendees to share their own teaching ideas and ideas for applying the best practices in their own settings; and 4) develop an online global leadership teaching network.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date15 Feb 2019
Number of pages13
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 15 Feb 2019
EventAcademy of International Business Annual Meeting 2019, Copenhagen - Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 24 Jun 201927 Jun 2019
Conference number: 2019
https://aib.msu.edu/events/2019/

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ConferenceAcademy of International Business Annual Meeting 2019, Copenhagen
Number2019
LocationCopenhagen Business School
CountryDenmark
CityCopenhagen
Period24/06/201927/06/2019
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Nielsen, R. K., Osland, J., Adler, N., Caligiuri, P., Lovely, III, W. A., Ming, L., ... Mortensen, E. (Accepted/In press). BEST PRACTICES FOR TEACHING GLOBAL LEADERSHIP. Paper presented at Academy of International Business Annual Meeting 2019, Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Nielsen, Rikke Kristine ; Osland, Joyce ; Adler, Nancy ; Caligiuri, Paula ; Lovely, III, William A. ; Ming, Lily ; Reiche, Sebastian ; Maznevski, Martha ; Claes, Marie-Thérèse ; Lyndgaard, Danielle ; Mortensen, Elmer. / BEST PRACTICES FOR TEACHING GLOBAL LEADERSHIP. Paper presented at Academy of International Business Annual Meeting 2019, Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.13 p.
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