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Global Organizational Leadership for Luxury Companies

  • Karina R. Jensen
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Part of the Palgrave Advances in Luxury book series (PAAL)

Abstract

A dynamic global marketplace demands new ways of leading and managing in the luxury industry. In managing and sustaining value for a new generation of luxury customers, the brand needs to demonstrate a global and local connection within a multicultural and digital environment.

Keywords

Knowledge Sharing Leadership Style Luxury Brand Local Subsidiary Global Team 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Practice Director, Centre for Leadership and Effective Organisations, Professor, Global Innovation and Leadership, NEOMA Business SchoolReimsFrance

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