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Going Global: Your L&D Guide to Supporting a Multinational, Multicultural Management Team

Les Strachan 

April 10, 2014

Mountains-Above_BrandanHunter_188x128As a result of the intense globalization of the past 20 years, many previously local companies now operate across many different regions and cultures.

This provides many advantages. It also presents challenges for learning and development teams, particularly when it comes to supporting and developing a global management team.

This Learning and Development Guide outlines ways that you can train and develop managers who are located across different countries and cultures.

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One comment on “Going Global: Your L&D Guide to Supporting a Multinational, Multicultural Management Team”:

  1. Dianna MT wrote:

    I think the idea of ‘interim managers’ works very well. Of the two options 1) Bringing someone from the global office to head office to become familiar with the organizational culture and learn ‘how things are done around here’ versus 2) sending someone from head office to temporarily lead and provide support in the global office, which is more effective? Are there certain situations or criteria that require one approach versus the other? Would love to hear from our readers about their experiences.