Asia's Best: The Myth and Reality of Asia's Most Successful Companies

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Business enterprises - 322 pages
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Asia's Best provides a "reality-based" evaluation of a broad spectrum of companies in Asian, offering a practical assessment of the varying factors involved in their success. Debunking the notion of "unique Asian values" and "inscrutable business practices", leading consultant Michael Alan Hamlin focuses on the hard-core business development realities that contribute to both rapid growth and longevity. In so doing, he provides a strategic guide for companies in Asia - and companies that wish to do business with them -- helping both capitalize on the challenges inherent in this dynamic marketplace. Asia's Best is exciting reading for any businessperson doing business in Asia, and for anyone interested in the realities of today's Asian marketplace.

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Contents

Where Excellence Resides
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A Notsouniquely Asian Vision
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Technology The Great Equalizer
42
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About the author (1998)

Michael Alanis Managing Director of TeamAsia and its Philippine and Singapore affiliates, Hamlin-Iturralde Corporation, responsible for strategic planning and development. He is also managing director of the Manila affiliate of Singapore-based Success Resources Corporation.

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