Mentoring programs are enjoying a renewed interest as corporations grapple with how to collect and disseminate their collective knowledge across functions and regions in an effort to rapidly innovate and maintain competitive advantage. Global mentoring programs can help support training and development programs by matching mentors and protégés from different cultures, encouraging information exchange and connection with employees from other regions. Issues discussed here include time dimensions, languages, cultural biases, program perceptions, training costs and administration.
Journal of Workplace Learning – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 2001
Keywords: Multinationals; Knowledge management; National cultures; Innovation; Teams
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