Table of contents for Global assignments : successfully expatriating and repatriating international managers / J. Stewart Black, Hal B. Gregersen, Mark E. Mendenhall.

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Part One: Strategic Global Assignments
1. The Strategic Roles of Global Assignments
2. The Process of Making Cross-Cultural Adjustments
Part Two: Before the Assignment
3. Selecting: Finding the Right People
4. Training: Helping People Learn to Do the Right Things
Part Three: During the Assignment
5. Adjusting: Developing New Mental Road Maps and Behaviors
6. Integrating: Balancing Dual Allegiances
7. Appraising: Determining If People Are Doing the Right Things
8. Rewarding: Recognizing People When They Do Things Right
Part Four: After the Assignment
9. Repatriating: Helping People Readjust and Perform
10. Retaining: Utilizing the Experienced Global Manager
11. Managing the Entire Global Assignment Cycle: Establishing Best Practices

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Executives Foreign countries, Employment in foreign countries, Cross-cultural orientation