Posts Tagged advantage of foreignness

Typology of foreign executives appointed by local organisations

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Protected: ‘Fix it’ roles of Type 1 FELOs may include ‘hatchet jobs’ and becoming a ‘scapegoat’

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Protected: External and internal bridging roles of FELOs

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Protected: FELOs and ‘brain drain’

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Protected: FELOs and corruption

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Academy of Management – full paper now online

Access for Academy of Management registrants The introductory paper on the phenomenon of Foreign Executives in Local Organisations (FELOs) of culturally distant countries, accepted for presentation at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AoM) is now online. The full paper is available for viewing and downloading to Academy of Management Annual Meeting […]

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Protected: What FELOs contribute to local organisations

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Protected: Differences between FELOs and expatriates, inpatriates, transpatriates

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Protected: Why are FELO positions not filled with local executives?

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