Table of contents for Globalwork : bridging distance, culture, and time / Mary O'Hara-Devereaux, Robert Johansen.


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1. Introduction: Fault Lines in the New Global Business Landscape
Part One: The New Competencies of the Global Manager
2. A Multicultural Perspective: TranscAnding the Barriers of Behavior and Language
3. Technical Competence: Managing Team Connections with Groupware
4. Process Facilitation: Mastering the New Leadership Skills
5. Team Leadership: Managing the New Global Business Unit
Part Two: Think Globally, Act Globally: Globalwork in Action
6. Creating the Global Workspace: Culture Clash and Confusion on the Pacific Rim
7. Global Vision: Using Third-Way Strategies for Collaborative Work
8. Learning New Rules of Thumb: Partnering with Mexico
9. Overcoming Differences and Sameness: Collaborating with Canada
10. The United Nation of America: An Outside-In View of Distance and Diversity Within the United States
11. Voyaging into CyperspaceThe Anytime, Anyplace Global Workspace
12. Conclusion: Global Living and Global Work: New Knowledge, Values, and Communities



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: International business enterprises Management, Intercultural communication, Teams in the workplace