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Culture, Leadership, and Organizations: The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies

by Robert J House et al SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
04/2004
ISBN:
9780761924012
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Hbk 848 pages
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Culture, Leadership, and Organizations reports the results of a ten-year research program, the Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness research program (GLOBE). GLOBE is a long-term program designed to conceptualize, operationalize, test, and validate a cross-level integrated theory of the relationship between culture and societal, organizational, and leadership effectiveness. A team of 160 scholars worked together since 1994 to study societal culture, organizational culture, and attributes of effective leadership in 62 cultures. Culture, Leadership, and Organizations: The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies reports the findings of the first two phases of GLOBE. The book is primarily based on the results of the survey of over 17,000 middle managers in three industries: banking, food processing, and telecommunications, as well as archival measures of country economic prosperity and the physical and psychological well-being of the cultures studied.

GLOBE has several distinguishing features. First, it is truly a cross-cultural research program. The constructs were defined, conceptualized, and operationalized by the multicultural team of researchers. Second, the industries were selected through a polling of the country investigators, and the instruments were designed with the full participation of the researchers representing the different cultures. Finally, the data in each country were collected by investigators who were either natives of the cultures studied or had extensive knowledge and experience in that culture.

A unique feature of this book is that while it is an edited book and many experts have written the different chapters, unlike other edited books, it is a fully integrated, seamless, and cohesive book covering the many aspects of the theory underpinning the GLOBE.

Table of Contents:

Foreword Harry Triandis

Preface Robert J. House

Part 1 Introduction

Chapter 1 Introduction Robert House

Chapter 2 Overview of the Globe Research Program Robert House and Mansour Javidan

Part 2 Literature

Chapter 3 Literature Review Mansour Javidan and Robert House

Chapter 4 Cultures and Leadership Peter Dorfman and Robert House

Chapter 5 The Impact of Societal Culture and Industry on Organizational Culture Marcus Dickson, Renee BeShears, and Vipin Gupta

Part 3 Project GLOBE: Research Methodolgy Overview by Paul Hanges

Chapter 6 Research Design Robert House, Paul Hanges, and Peter Dorfman

Chapter 7 The Linkage Between GLOBE Findings and Other Cross Cultural Information Mansour Javidan and Markus Hauser

Chapter 8 The Development and Validation of the GLOBE Culture and Leadership Scales Paul Hanges and Marcus Dickson

Chapter 9 Multi-source Construct Validity of GLOBE Scales Vipin Gupta, Mary Sully de Luque, and Robert House

Chapter 10 Regional and Climate Clustering of Social Cultures Vipin Gupta, Paul Hanges, Peter Dorfman, and Robert House

Chapter 11 Rational for GLOBE Statistical Analysis: Societal Rankings and Test of Hypotheses Paul Hanges, Marcus Dickson, and Mina Sipe

Part 4 Empirical Findings Intro by Mansour Javidan

Chapter 12 Performance Orientation Mansour Javidan

Chapter 13 Future Orientation Neal Ashkanasy, Vipin Gupta, Melinda Mayfield, and Edwin Trevor-Roberts

Chapter 14 Cross-Cultural differences in Gender Egalitarianism: Implications for Societies, Organizations, and Leaders Cynthia G. Emrich, Florence L. Denmark, and Deanne Den Hartog

Chapter 15 Assertiveness Deanne Den Hartog

Chapter 16 Individual and Collectivism Michele J. Gelfand, D.P.S. Bhawuk, Lisa H. Nishii, and David J. Bechtold

Chapter 17 Power Distance Dale Carl, Vipin Gupta with Mansour Javidan

Chapter 18 Humane Orientation in Societies, Organizations, and Leader Attributes Hayat Kabasakal and Muzaffer Bodur

Chapter 19 Uncertainty Avoidance Mary Sully de Luque, Mansour Javidan, and Ram Aditya

Chapter 20 Societal, Cultural, and Industry Influences on Organizational Culture Felix Brodbeck, Paul Hanges, Marcus Dickson, Vipin Gupta, and Peter Dorfman

Chapter 21 Leadership and Cultural Variation: The Identification of Culturally Endorsed Leadership Profiles Peter Dorfman, Paul Hanges, and Felix Brodbeck

Part 5 Conclusion

Chapter 22 Conclusions, (theoratical and practical) Implications, and future directions Mansour Javidan, Robert House, Peter Dorfman, Vipin Gupta, Paul Hanges, and Mary Sully de Luque

Appendix A Correlations GLOBE Scales Paul Hanges

Appendix B Response bias Outliers Paul Hanges

Appendix C Hierarchical Linear Modeling Paul Hanges, Mina Sipe, and Ellen Godfrey

Appendix D Confidence Internval Demonstration Paul Hanges

Foreword - Harry Triandis Preface - Robert J. House Part 1 Introduction Chapter 1 Introduction - Robert House Chapter 2 Overview of the Globe Research Program - Robert House and Mansour Javidan Part 2 Literature Chapter 3 Literature Review - Mansour Jav

"These studies will expand readers' understanding of varying values and practices acoss cultures and help prepare them for functioning in a world where global collaborations have become essential to business survival. This book is itself a product of cross-cultural collaborative efforts. The 170 social scientists and management scholars from across the world met the challenges of meshing their cultural values and practices in producing this fluid and coherent series of studies, which fir together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Summing up: Highly recommended."
Robert J. House Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Paul J Hanges University of Maryland, College Park

Mansour Javidan University of Calgary

Peter W. Dorfman New Mexico State University, Las Cruces

Vipin Gupta Grand Valley State University