Journal / Book Title
The Study and Practice of Global Leadership
Globalization has changed the way we work. The nature of leadership must adapt as our organizations grow to encompass more geographies, cultures, languages, and ways of working. Shared leadership emerges in these complex environments as a means of managing the interdependency of boundary-spanning work; but enacting shared leadership means shifting the bases of power on which leaders historically relied. It may also require shifting organizational structure to accommodate more voices. Scholars and executives alike must adapt quickly to keep pace with the changes of our ever more global world.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Johnson, Amber A.; Huesing, Tina; Ludema, James D.; and Hinds, Brett, "Global leadership is shared leadership: How smart global leaders build cultures of collaboration to drive results and get things done" (2022). Department of Management Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 53.
Johnson, A. A., Huesing, T., Ludema, J. D., & Hinds, B. (2022). Global leadership is shared leadership: How smart global leaders build cultures of collaboration to drive results and get things done. In G. Perruci (Ed.), The Study and Practice of Global Leadership. Emerald Publishing Limited.