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Managerial Effectiveness in a Global Context by Jennifer Deal, Chris Ernst, Maxine Dalton, Jean Brittain Leslie

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Appendix G: Hypotheses Organized by Questions of Interest

What do global managers do?

Managerial Roles

HYPOTHESIS 1.1: Managers in contexts of high global complexity will attribute more importance to the roles of monitor and spokesperson than will managers in contexts of low global complexity. (p. 14)

HYPOTHESIS 1.2: Managers in contexts of high global complexity will attribute more importance to the role of liaison than will managers in contexts of low global complexity, but managers in both contexts will perceive the role of leader equally. (p. 15)

HYPOTHESIS 1.3: Managers in contexts of high and low global complexity will perceive the roles of decision maker, innovator, and negotiator equally. (p. 16)

Managerial Capabilities

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