Reiche, Sebastian

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  When speaking the world's global language comes with unwanted side effects

Reiche, Sebastian; Neeley, Tsedal Multinationals may choose to enforce a single corporate language to improve communication and information flows. Yet, from company morale to turnover intentions, the results are sometimes surprising. Read article

  Remote control or local talent? The future of international assignments

Reiche, Sebastian; Harzing, Anne-Wil How do multinationals decide who works where? IESE's Sebastian Reiche runs through the staffing policies at work and points to tomorrow's trends. Inpatriates, virtual assignments and self-starters are changing the nature of international assignments. Read article

  Culture club: how silent bias can hold back growth

Levy, Orly; Reiche, Sebastian If a multinational's home culture is strongly favored, it's not taking full advantage of the diverse cultural capital of its employees. Sebastian Reiche investigates the politics of culture and offers positive examples to promote cosmopolitanism at work. Read article

  The Impact of Cultural Identity on Effective Global Leadership and Teamwork

Lee, Yih-Teen; Masuda, A.; Fu, Xin; Reiche, Sebastian On a multinational work team, are you an assimilated local or a global ambassador? Working abroad, your unique cultural identity vis-à-vis your home and host countries, as well as your global outlook, impacts team effectiveness and how you are perceived as a leader. Research by Yih-Teen Lee and B. Sebastian Reiche sheds light on how. Read article

  Tips for Nurturing Global Leadership Talent Premium

Reiche, Sebastian Brexit is only the latest excuse for mobility and talent management to be at the top of the CEO agenda. This article recommends how to nurture global leadership in three talent functions: hiring and promotion; development; and socialization. With the right mindset, executives can rise to today's global leadership challenge. Read article

  Riding the Rapids of International HR Management

Reiche, Sebastian; Stahl, Guenter K.; Mendenhall, Mark E.; Oddou, Gary The director of human resources in the 21st century has a tall order: Not only internal people management, but understanding the nuances of staffing in international contexts. IESE's B. Sebastian Reiche joins the editorial team of a classic text offering readings and case studies to illuminate key HR issues amid rapid globalization. Read article

  4 Leadership Profiles for Your Multinational

Reiche, Sebastian; Bird, Allan; Mendenhall, Mark E.; Osland, Joyce S. In multinational firms, global virtual teams have become the norm. Here is a breakdown of the kinds of leaders needed for four main global leadership roles, based on the research of IESE's Sebastian Reiche. Read article

  Brexit Blues: Assessing the Fallout

Díaz Giménez, Javier; Mas, Núria; Pastor, Alfredo; Rosenberg, Mike; Videla, Pedro; Leggett, Brian O'Connor; Vives, Xavier; Reiche, Sebastian Is Brexit as bad as the markets' moves seem to suggest? Who will be most affected? What might the future relationship between the EU and the U.K. look like? Here we share economists' views on what is happening and what happens next. Read article

  Whom to Send Where? Getting International Assignments to Work for Multinationals

Harzing, Anne-Wil; Pudelko, Markus; Reiche, Sebastian In multinationals with subsidiaries scattered around the world, communication is key -- and complex. So what's the best way to get firm knowledge flowing in the right directions? A large scale survey of over 800 subsidiaries in 13 countries finds that the relatively novel trend of "inpatriation" may be more useful to businesses than the traditional expat assignments for two-way knowledge flow. Read article

  A Boon for Business English? How Multinationals Benefit From a Shared Language

Reiche, Sebastian; Harzing, Anne-Wil; Pudelko, Markus What language should you speak at work? In multinationals, the answer is not necessarily the language you are most comfortable in, as research from IESE's B. Sebastian Reiche finds corporate-wide benefits to sharing a language at work. This empirical study of 817 subsidiaries suggests that a business lingua franca, even if it's not the native tongue of HQ, has its benefits. Read article
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