According to the article, adaptation of learning by groups with shared emotions, values and beliefs. The authors indicate that these groups motivation are drivenby their interest and purposes. ConclusionOverall, the article seems to lead toward assumptions and does not thoroughly test hypothesis or influences. Although the contents of the article is valid, in that challenges do exist in management and leadership across a global environment, the authors did not present measurable data that would confirm their problem statement. Despite the article assessing a myriad of issues, the overall article does present factual data, relevant to the assessment of performance and productivity in the context of leading teams. Although there is no universal
MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT4solution for the effective management of teams, we do learn that the challenges of managing teams in a global market is extremely complex due to the volatile and unpredictability. ReferencesMaranga, K., & Sampayo, J. (2015). Management and Leadership in a Global Environment. Journal of Management Policy and Practice, 16(1), 83-88.
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