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Those papers discover the interaction between state and corporate cultures, learn company process and determine the level that corporation and enterprise unit improvement has reached. The participants provide a deeper knowing of firm and international management matters.

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Secretary of Labor, argued that when firms invest in their employees’ learning and development, provide them with autonomy and consider their personal aspirations, the result is increased trust and employee energy directed toward innovation (Reich, 1998). External trust and social capital can also contribute to a firm’s innovation. For example, some firms use strategic alliances to enhance their innovation. g. in the market) (Cooper, 2002). Other firms use alliances for their Strategic Leadership in Global Business Organizations Fig.

Leadership and performance beyond expectations. New York, NY: The Free Press. , & Sapsford, J. (2002). Citigroup’s vast reach brings trouble from many quarters. com, July 29). , & Robinson, R. (2002). The ties that bind: Managing supplier relationships in the high-growth firm. In: M. A. Hitt, R. Amit, C. E. Lucier & R. D. Nixon (Eds), Creating Value: Winners in the New Business Environment. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing. , & Prahalad, C. (1995). The dominant logic: Retrospective and extension.

The same concept could also apply in the leadership context. Leaders make sense of their environments by defining various events, the people involved, the relationships among them, and the history of the organization to which they belong. The pictures drawn, or the inferences made, in the leaders’ mind will determine their ensuing behaviors and decisions when guiding the audience. Leaders are not just sense-makers but they are also sense-sharers (Hill & Levenhagen, 1995). They make sense of their surroundings, and then attempt to share their perceptions with others.

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