Effective working practices are created by leaders who recognise and tap into diversity of their own and their employees’ abilities and experiences. Our research explores the differences and similarities of leadership in different cultures and identifies challenges for successful global leaders and how to overcome these.
"The Global Russian- an emerging leadership style"
This article describes organisation and leadership practices in Russia, and focuses on an emerging an leadership style the authors termed global Russian.
European Management Journal, Dec 2004
"Differences between Russian and Western leadership practices"
In this article, a dialogue between East and West seeks to highlight and pinpoint some of the similarities and differences between leadership practices in Russia and Western countries.
Harvard Business Review, Nov 2004
"Leadership in hybrid firms in India"
This study identifies some of the ways in which the top leadership of hybrid Indian business organisations differs from that of Western business organisations.
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Nov 2002
"Culture and character of Russian leadership"
This article highlights a number of salient aspects of the culture and character of Russia (now the Russian Federation) in order to facilitate an informed understanding of the way Russians deal with organisations and approach leadership style.
Human Relations, May 2001
"Russian national character, leadership & practices"
This article explores the Russian national character, leadership style, and its organisational practices.
Organizational Dynamics, Apr 2000
"Transform creative, unorthodox methods into constructiive action'
This working paper addresses the challenge that lies in transforming creative but unorthodox methods into constructive organisational action.
INSEAD Working Paper, Sep 1994