Erin Meyer is the author of The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business and is a professor at INSEAD. Her work focuses on how the world’s most successful global leaders navigate the complexities of cultural differences in a multi-cultural environment. Her framework allows international executives to pin-point their leadership preferences and compare their methods to the management styles of other cultures.
Erin publishes frequently in Harvard Business Review and has also published in the New York Times Sunday paper, Forbes.com, and The Times of India. She has been interviewed on CNN, Bloomberg TV, the BBC, and NPR. Her case, “Leading Across Cultures at Michelin,” won the ECCH 2010 European case award for best human resources management case of the year.
Most recently Erin was selected by HR Magazine as one of its Most Influential Thinkers for 2017 in addition to also having won the 2015 Thinkers50 “On the Radar” award, an award given to the up-and coming thinker most likely to shape the future of business and business thinking. She was also nominated as one of the Thinkers50 for 2017, a listing of the 50 world leading management thinkers.