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April 13th, 2011    Subscribe to comments on this post

Capella PhD graduate authors second book on managing global business teams

Dr. Margery Mayer, a 2008 PhD graduate of Capella University recently authored the second edition of a book on managing global business teams.”The Virtual Edge: Embracing Technology for Distributed Project Team Success” was first published in 2000; the second edition of the book published by the Project Management Institute (PMI) has been significantly updated with a global leadership emphasis.

Mayer, who owns and operates the consulting firm Global Operations Experts that works with global business teams, says she wrote the book specifically for global business leaders who manage resources around the world. The book explores the varied aspects of global teams and how effective leadership truly makes a difference. It includes case study research from such notable companies as Autodesk, Johnson & Johnson, J.P. Morgan, eBay, and Adobe Systems Incorporated.

The book is available through www.globaloperationsexperts.com as well as through the Project Management Institute website.