Unearthing a Global Mindset: The Process of International Adjustment
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Using a grounded theory approach, the authors sought to understand the effects of international adjustment after short-term business trips on the process of developing a global mindset Categories that emerged were personal characteristics, cognitive shifts and relationship building, to name a few. A process model identifies cognitive shifts as the core phenomenon with an outcome of global mindset. Global mindset is a reciprocal variable that accelerates adjustment. Implications and future directions are discussed.
Clapp-Smith, R. & Hughes, L. (2007). Unearthing a global mindset: The process of international adjustment. Journal of Business & Leadership, 3(1), 99-107. http://doi.org/10.58809/FNTA5836
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