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Did the Pedestrian Die?: Insights from the World's Greatest Culture Guru

ISBN: 978-1-84112-436-0
228 pages
March 2003, Capstone
Did the Pedestrian Die?: Insights from the World
Did the Pedestrian Die? is an accumulation of a decade of research into cultural diversity across the globe with a wide range of client organizations. Trompenaars and his research team have identified the issues that really make a difference at the level of the individual and the organization as a whole. In addition to his well-established cross-cultural database of 70,000 managers from across the world, Trompenaars has more recently interviewed thousands of business leaders and managers to understand the challenges and concerns they face, the tensions between competing priorities, demands and values.

Often humorous, always inspiring, Did the Pedestrian Die? collects the insights of the world's most sought-after culture guru and shows how they can be put to immediate effect in any organization.
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Preface

Did the pedestrian die?

Leadership: reconciling the dilemmas of today

Matching Values

People

Functions

Globalization

Diversity

Corporate identity, culture and change

POSTSCRIPT
Dilemmas to be addressed in globalizing organizations

References

Index

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Fons Trompenaars is founder and Managing Director of Trompenaars Hampden-Turner (THT), an innovative centre of excellence for intercultural management issues for both globalization and managing diversity. He is the author and co-author of several books, including the worldwide bestseller, Riding the Waves of Culture and 21 Leaders for the 21st Century.

Visit www.thtconsulting.com for more information on Fons and THT.

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"...lively and informative read...an excellent introduction to the issues of transcultural management..." (People Management, 10 July 2003)

"...essential reading for those concerned with cultural issues..." (Long Range Planning, Vol 37, 2004)

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