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Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks

Professor of Management and Organizations; University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business

Dr. Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks is Professor of Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan with graduate training in Cultural Anthropology. Previously, he was on the faculty at the University of Southern California and has had visiting appointments at universities in Singapore, France, Turkey and Russia. He is currently the Faculty Director of the Office of Action Based Learning, and serves on the editorial board of Organization Science and the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Professor Sanchez-Burks is an award winning executive educator who has taught leaders in over 30 countries around the world working in diverse areas including banking, arts & entertainment, government intelligence, manufacturing, and medicine.

Professor Sanchez-Burks is also an award winning scholar, writer and teacher. His research examines how culture shapes how we think and behave in the global economy. He has published broadly on cultural differences and similarities in people’s approach to negotiations, collaboration, creativity and disputes. His work has revealed core cultural divides in East-West, US-Latin America and US-European relational business practices. This work has informed theory and practice on social-emotional mindfulness and cultural competencies.

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Acumen Fund: Talent Management at the Base of the Pyramid
Social ventures serving the base of the pyramid can have difficulty recruiting and retaining high quality talent. Acumen Fund, a philanthropic venture capital firm, is trying to find ways to…
Publication Date: 02/03/2009 Product ID: 1-428-768
Note on Strategies and Tools for Developing Cultural Intelligence: Bridging in a Globalizing World
Globalization has significantly changed the environment for doing business. However, despite the decreasing importance of borders, individuals and communities are increasingly embracing their distinctive and unique cultures. This note gives…
Publication Date: 10/01/2008 Product ID: 1-428-583