Management Development Through Cultural Diversity

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Routledge, 1998 - Business & Economics - 424 pages
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This stimulating, clearly written and well-structured text is a comprehensive introduction to the principles of management and organisational behaviour, as well as a corrective to the eurocentric bias of most management texts. It develops a trans-cultural perspective which draws on insights from across the world to examine different management styles, cultures and stages of business development.

Contents include:
* Orientation
* Primal Management - Western including America
* Rational Management - Northern including Scandinavia
* Developmental Management - Eastern including Japan
* Metaphysical Management - Southern including South Africa
* Developing yourself as a manager

Each section examines core management theory and literature, cultural orientation and related prominent theories. The numerous case studies use appropriate examples from a wide range of international organisations. The uniquely wide-ranging perspective make this a valuable text for all those interested in general management, international business, organisational behaviour and corporate strategy.

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About the author (1998)

Ronnie Lessem is Reader in International Management and Director of the Management MBA at City University Business School, London. Author of fifteen books on organizational learning and transnational management he is also a consultant to corporations around the world on business and organizational development.

Sudhanshu Palsule is Manager, of Organizational Development for Anglian Water. He is also a visiting member of the faculty at City University Business School, London. He has authored and edited four other books and lectures widely in the United States, Europe and India.

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