To prosper , organizational psychology should . . . adopt a global perspective

@inproceedings{Gelfand2008ToP,
  title={To prosper , organizational psychology should . . . adopt a global perspective},
  author={Michele J. Gelfand and Lisa M. Leslie and Ryan Fehr},
  year={2008}
}
We argue that for the field of organizational psychology to prosper, it must adopt a global perspective. In this article, we discuss three specific ideals for a more global organizational psychology, our progress toward these ideals (or lack thereof), and potential solutions to move toward a truly global science. First, we argue that a truly global organizational psychology must incorporate global voices. Yet cross-cultural research in organizational psychology still remains largely a U.S… CONTINUE READING

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