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Managing Organizations in a Global Economy: An Intercultural Perspective

Managing Organizations in a Global Economy: An Intercultural Perspective

ISBN: 9780324261547
Publisher: South-Western College Pub
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Managing Organizations in a Global Economy addresses the wide-ranging contemporary issues and challenges that confront modern management of enterprises in the global economy. It provides the stimulus for critical debates and practical applications by the academic and professional business communities. In recognition of the growing importance of cultural diversity in most modern organizations around the world, in terms of clientele, human resources, and ownership, this text provides the latest conceptual tools and practical applications on the aspects of cross-cultural management. While the text is rich in theory, it also contains real-life examples based on the latest research with implications for managerial functions and strategies. The 15 chapters examine many of management’s most vital topics including globalization, worldviews, managerial communication, organizational culture, leadership, motivation, negotiation, conflict, and ethics while also emphasizing the cross-cultural dimensions important in managerial success.

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