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dc.contributor.authorAnanthram, Subramaniam
dc.contributor.authorChatterjee, Samir
dc.identifier.citationAnanthram, Subramaniam and Chatterjee, Samir Ranjan (2004) The Challenge of Global Mindset Development for Managers: Towards a New Framework for Empirical Tool Building, Working Paper Series 2004: no. 2004-3, Curtin University, School of Management.

The forces of market, government, cost and competition are impacting organisations to rethink their managerial 'mindset' orientations. Understanding and reformulating the global economic and managerial rules have become one of the most relevant managerial responsibilities in organisations today. Globalisation requires managers not only to consider strategic and organisational issues, but also to reorient their values, goals and belief systems. The ideology of economic reform associated with globalisation, can only be of learning value if the alignment of the national, organisational and individual mind frames is ensured.This paper provides a generic framework of the logic of globalisation driving the alignment of the national, organisation and individual level mind frames. A conceptual model explaining the symbiotic macro (national), meso (organisational) and micro (individual) level inter-relationships is presented and supported by the underpinnings of various postulated hypotheses. The theoretical model integrates the key variables of a global managerial mindset and establishes a framework for empirical testing across diverse cultures and contexts.

dc.titleThe Challenge of Global Mindset Development for Managers: Towards a New Framework for Empirical Tool Building
dc.typeWorking Paper
dcterms.source.seriesWorking Paper Series 2004
curtin.accessStatusOpen access
curtin.facultyCurtin Business School
curtin.facultySchool of Management

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