In a global business environment, managers must understand and promote the pride of all cultures in both their home and host countries. Organizational Behavior: Global Multicultural Perspectives reflects the authors' passion for and deep commitment to a multicultural, multifaceted understanding of human behavior and its impact on the home life and in the workplace. In today's increasingly interdependent companies - within the context of the global free-market ecomy - ecomics professionals need to understand the synergistic roles played by regional, governmental, and religious forces. This comprehensive volume is a resource for every manager who belongs to social organizations. It is also helpful for students of domestic and international businesses, political science, and public administration, as well as those working in medical and health organizations. By helping readers understand specific cultural identities, the text enables them to become multicultural, multinational managers who build their own cultural philosophies and match their corporate fitness to different business environments. Kamal Dean Parhizgar, Ph.D., is Professor of Management and International Business Ethics at Texas A&M International University. He has taught at numerous universities including California State universities, George Mason University, and Georgetown University. Professor Parhizgar received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Shiraz and the University of Tehran. He received his Ph.D. in Management of Higher Education Systems from Northwestern University and he focused his postdoctoral research fellowship in the fields of Organizational Behavior and Strategic Management at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. Professor Parhizgar's many published works include the books Multicultural Behavior and Global Business Environments, Multicultural Business Ethics and Global Managerial Moral Reasoning, Multicultural Biomedical Ethics and Global Biospherical Moral Logic, Multicultural Teachers' Ethics, and Multicultural Ethical Clinical Interventions. He has published more than sixty articles in refereed academic journals and has published and presented more than two hundred research papers in academic conference proceedings and forums. Fuzhan F. Parhizgar, M.D., received her medical doctorate and HOMA (Healthcare Organizational Management Advancement) degrees from Texas Tech University School of Medicine. She is currently in a residency program at UMC, the Nevada Medical School in Las Vegas. Dr. Parhizgar also received her MBA from the College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University, Lubbock. She co-authored the book Multicultural Teachers' Ethics and has published several articles in refereed academic and professional medical journals. Her articles have been published at the World Business Congress, the International Trade and Finance Association, the Academy of International Business and Ecomics, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, the Journal of Competitiveness Review, and the Journal of Border Educational Research.