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Students will be provided with detailed descriptions of each Global Leadership behavior of the SCOPE Model, as well as information on how these behaviors can be applied in the context of leadership development programs.
Disruption in Detroit: Ford, Silicon Valley, and Beyond (A)
NOMINATED FOR 2017 BERKELEY HAAS CASE SERIES “BEST CASE AWARD” – Ernest Gundling, PhD was featured in the Harvard Business Review through the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business. Focused on Ford Motor Company in Spring 2016 and how its current CEO, Mark Fields, and his senior management team should best respond to several emerging disruptive technologies that will ultimately force the automaker to modify its current business model.
Disruption in Detroit: Ford, Silicon Valley, and Beyond (B)
Ernest Gundling, PhD was featured in the Harvard Business Review through the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business. The (B) case study provides an update on Ford’s strategy during the fall of 2017, following the dismissal of Fields and the appointment of former Steelcase CEO and Fort Smart Mobility (FSM) chair Jim Hackett as his successor in May 2017. Faced with a drop of 37 percent in Ford’s stock price during Field’s tenure, declining year-over-year vehicle sales in early 2017, and the view of some Ford Board members that the company needed to more successfully communicate its recent strategic moves in the mobility space, Hackett lays five themes to turnaround the company, while keeping his eye on the “now, near, and far” on the company’s performance.
Aperian Global’s Dan Kerr partnered with Sierra Nevada College’s Dr. Tara Madden Dent to publish a white paper that explores the impact of pre-departure cultural training on the integration of Fulbright Scholars during their study abroad experience in the United States.
View our on-demand webinar where study authors will present their research findings and recommendations to universities enrolling foreign students, as well as international students planning to study in the United States and their families.
View our on-demand webinar to hear from Alyson Hyman, MPH, Associate Director, Global Business Center, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and Roberto Garcia, Ph.D., Distinguished Clinical Professor of International Business and Director of the Center for International Business Education & Research, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business how the cultural intelligence tool, GlobeSmart® supports student, staff, and faculty with global mindset development.
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Our industry-leading cultural intelligence tool, GlobeSmart has been successfully integrated into curriculums all over the world to develop a global mindset and assist students in bridging style gaps to work more effectively with individuals from other countries. GlobeSmart is available to students & faculty for $40 a semester, including the GlobeSmart ProfileSM, a statistically validated online cultural inventory.
The IES is a highly validated online survey that evaluates students’ competencies critical for effective interaction with people from different cultures and demographic backgrounds. The IES is available to students & faculty for $14 a semester.