Article published in:
Strategic Communication: Beyond nation cultural adaption, images and identity
Edited by Hassan Abu Bakar and Bahtiar Bin Mohamad
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 28:1] 2018
► pp. 129150
References

References

Adler, N. J. & Osland, J. S.
(2016) Women leading globally: What we know, thought we knew, and need to know about leadership in the 21st century. Advances in Global Leadership, 9, 15–56. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ahmad-Zaluki, N. A.
(2012) The pre-and post-IPOs gender composition of board of directors in Malaysia. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 27(7), 449–462. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ayman, R., & Korabik, K.
(2010) Leadership: Why gender and culture matter. American Psychologist, 65(3), 157. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Becton, J. B., Walker, H. J., & Jones-Farmer, A.
(2014) Generational differences in workplace behaviour. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 44(3), 175–189. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Berkery, E., Morley, M., & Tiernan, S.
(2013) Beyond gender role stereotypes and requisite managerial characteristics: from communal to androgynous, the changing views of women. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 28(5), 278–298. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Boekhorst, J. A.
(2015) The role of authentic leadership in fostering workplace inclusion: A social information processing perspective. Human Resource Management, 54(2), 241–264. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chavez, C. I., & Weisinger, J. Y.
(2008) Beyond diversity training: A social infusion for cultural inclusion. Human Resource Management, 47(2), 331–350. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chawla, D., Dokadia, A. & Rai, S.
(2017) Multigenerational Differences in Career Preferences, Reward Preferences and Work Engagement among Indian Employees, Global Business Review, 18(1), pp. 181–197. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chen, P. J., & Choi, Y.
(2008) Generational differences in work values: a study of hospitality management. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 20(6), 595–615. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cheung, F. M., & Halpern, D. F.
(2010) Women at the top: powerful leaders define success as work+ family in a culture of gender. American Psychologist, 65(3), 182. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cooper, D. R., & Schindler, P. S.
(2014) Business Research Methods. © The McGraw− Hill Companies.Google Scholar
Corbin, J., & Strauss, A.
(2008) Basics of qualitative research (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage PublicationsGoogle Scholar
Cox, L. V.
(2016) Understanding Millennial, Generation X, and Baby Boomer Preferred Leadership Characteristics: Informing Today’s Leaders and Followers. Brandman University, USA. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.Google Scholar
Crumpacker, M. & Crumpacker, J. D.
(2007) Succession planning and generational stereotypes: Should HR consider age-based values and attitudes a relevant factor or a passing fad?. Public Personnel Management, 36(4), 349–369. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Day, D. V.
(2000) Leadership development: A review in context. The Leadership Quarterly, 11(4), 581–613. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Eagly, A. H., & Karau, S. J.
(2002) Role congruity theory of prejudice toward female leaders. Psychological review, 109(3), 573. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fondas, N.
(1997) Feminization unveiled: Management qualities in contemporary writings. Academy of Management Review, 22(1), 257–282.Google Scholar
Francis-Smith, J.
(2004) Surviving and thriving in the multigenerational workplace. Journal Record, 1. http://​search​.proquest​.com​.ezaccess​.library​.uitm​.edu​.my​/doc
Galli, E. B., & Müller-Stewens, G.
(2012) How to build social capital with leadership development: Lessons from an explorative case study of a multibusiness firm. The Leadership Quarterly, 23(1), 176–201. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gilbert, J.
(2011) The Millennials: A new generation of employees, a new set of engagement policies. Ivey Business Journal: Improving the Practice of Management, September-October, 1–3.Google Scholar
Glass, A.
(2007) Understanding generational differences for competitive success. Industrial and Commercial Training, 39(2), 98–103. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hartman, J. L., & McCambridge, J.
(2011) Optimizing millennials’ communication styles. Business Communication Quarterly, 74(1), 22–44. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hofstede, G. H.
(1980) Culture’s consequences: International differences in work-related values. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Google Scholar
House, R. J. et al.
(2004) Culture, leadership, and organizations: The GLOBE study of 62 societies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Google Scholar
House, R. J., Wright, N. S., & Aditya, R. N.
(1997) Cross-cultural research on organizational leadership: A critical analysis and a proposed theory. In P. C. Earley, and M. Erez (Eds.), New perspectives in international industrial organizational psychology, San Francisco: New Lexington.Google Scholar
House, R., Javidan, M., Hanges, P., & Dorfman, P.
(2002) Understanding cultures and implicit leadership theories across the globe: an introduction to project GLOBE. Journal of World Business, 37(1), 3–10. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Howe, N., & Strauss, W.
(1992) Generations: The history of America’s future. Harper Collins.Google Scholar
Inglehart, R.
(1997) Modernization and post-modernization: Cultural, economic, and political change in 43 Societies. Princeton. N.J.: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar
Ismail, M., Abd Rahim, A. N., Lee, K. H. & Mohd Thahri, N. F.
(2016) Cultural Values and Career Goals of Gen-X and Gen-Y Employees: Evidence From Selected Malaysian Companies, Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies 7 (2), pp. 43–64.Google Scholar
Jogulu, U. D.
(2010) Culturally-linked leadership styles. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 31(8), 705–719. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jogulu, U. D., & Wood, G. J.
(2008) A cross-cultural study into peer evaluations of women’s leadership effectiveness. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 29(7), 600–616. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lanaj, K., & Hollenbeck, J. R.
(2015) Leadership over-emergence in self-managing teams: The role of gender and countervailing biases. Academy of Management Journal, 58(5), 1476–1494. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lyons, S., & Kuron, L.
(2014) Generational differences in the workplace: A review of the evidence and directions for future research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35(1), 139–157. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Martin, D.
(2005) On secularisation: Towards a revised general theory. Ashgate Pub Co.Google Scholar
McCann, R. M., & Giles, H.
(2006) Communication with people of different ages in the workplace: Thai and American data. Human Communication Research, 32(1), 74–108. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2007) Age-differentiated communication in organizations: Perspectives from Thailand and the United States. Communication Research Reports, 24(1), 1–12. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McFarland, L., Senen, S., & Childress, J. R.
(1993) Twenty-first century leadership. New York: Leadership Press.Google Scholar
Meister, J. C., & Willyerd, K.
(2010) Mentoring millennials. Harvard Business Review, 88(5), 68–72.Google Scholar
Mencl, J., & Lester, S. W.
(2014) More alike than different what generations value and how the values affect employee workplace perceptions. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 21(3), 257–272. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Miller, M., Hodge, K., Brandt, A. & Schneider, E.
(2013) The young and the restless: Gen Ys in the workplace: are you prepared?. FDCC Quarterly, 63(3), 226–250.Google Scholar
Myers, K. K., & Sadaghiani, K.
(2010) Millennials in the workplace: A communication perspective on millennials’ organizational relationships and performance. Journal of Business and Psychology, 25(2), 225–238. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Oblinger, D.
(2003) Boomers, gen-Xers, and millennials: Understanding the new students. Educause Review, 38, 37–47.Google Scholar
Olson, M.
(2009) The logic of collective action, Vol. 124. Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Osland, J., Oddou, G., Bird, A., & Osland, A.
(2013) Exceptional global leadership as cognitive expertise: In the domain of global change. European Journal of International Management, 7(5), 517–534. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rowley, C., Bae, J., Horak, S. & Bacouel-Jentjens, S.
(2016) Distinctiveness of human resource management in the Asia Pacific region: typologies and levels, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1–16.Google Scholar
Scharwtz, S. H.
(1994), “Are there universal aspects in the structure and contents of human values?”, Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 19–45. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sekaran, U., & Bougie, R.
(2013) Research methods for business: A skill-building approach. New York. Wiley & SonsGoogle Scholar
Shaw, S. and Fairhurst, D.
(2008) Engaging a new generation of graduates. Education and Training, 50(5), 366–378. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shore, L. M., Randel, A. E., Chung, B. G., Dean, M. A., Ehrhart, K. H., & Singh, G.
(2011) Inclusion and diversity in work groups: A review and model for future research. Journal of Management, 37, 1262–1289. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Smith, P. B. & Peterson, M. F.
(1995) Beyond value comparisons: sources used to give meaning to management work events in twenty-nine countries. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management , Vancouver, Canada.
Smola, K. W. E. Y., & Sutton, C. D.
(2002) Generational differences : revisiting generational work values for the new millennium. Journal of Organizational Behaviour, 23, 363–382. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Taylor, P.
(2014), “The next America boomers, millennials, and the looming generational showdown”, New York: Pew Research Center.Google Scholar
Tulgan, B.
(2011) Generation Y. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(3), 77–81. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Twenge, J. M. & Campbell, S. M.
(2008) Generational differences in psychological traits and their impact on the workplace. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 23(8), 862–877. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tyler, K.
(2008) Generation gaps: millennials may be out of touch with the basics of workplace behavior. HR Magazine, 69–72.Google Scholar
van Emmerik, I. H., Euwema, M. C., & Wendt, H.
(2008) Leadership behaviors around the world: The relative importance of gender versus cultural background. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 8(3), 297–315. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wasserman, I. C., Gallegos, P. V., & Ferdman, B. M.
(2008) Dancing with resistance: leadership challenges in fostering a culture of inclusion. In K. M. Thomas (Ed.), Diversity resistance in organizations. New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.Google Scholar
Yin, R. K.
(2014) Case study research: design and methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Google Scholar
Zikmund, W., Babin, B., Carr, J., & Griffin, M.
(2012) Business research methods. (12th ed.). Mason, Ohio, USA: Cengage LearningGoogle Scholar