Frontiers in Global Management Research
Mark Mendenhall, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Allan Bird, Northeastern University
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Publication Date: 12 December 2020
About the Editor(s)
Professor Mendenhall is an internationally recognized scholar in the field of global leadership and international human resource management. He holds the J. Burton Frierson Chair of Excellence in Business Leadership at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. A firm believer in applying findings from the research literature to organizations, he actively consults organizations in the area of global leadership. He is a partner in The Kozai Group, a consultancy that specializes in global leadership identification, assessment, and development. His many publications include Global Leadership: Research, Practice and Development (Routledge); Managing Culture and Human Resources in Mergers and Acquisitions (Stanford University Press); Blackwell Handbook of Global Management: A Guide to Managing Complexity (Blackwell Publishers); Developing Global Business Leaders: Policies, Processes, and Innovations (Quorum Books).
Allan W Bird
Professor Bird has spent many years researching the challenges facing today’s global leaders. The Darla and Frederick Brodsky Trustee Professor in Global Business at Northeastern University, Boston, he is currently researching the expert cognition in global leaders and the impact of intercultural capacity on global leader effectiveness. He teaches courses on Cultural Aspects of International Business and Living and Working Abroad. He has held positions at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, California Polytechnic State University and New York University and has been a visiting professor/researcher at Columbia University, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Rikkyo University (Japan) Osaka International University (Japan). He serves on the boards of several organizations in Europe, North America and Japan. Some of the companies he has worked with include AT&T, Coca Cola, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu, GE, Molex, Monsanto, Nippon Express, Sharp and Watchmark.