General Managers in the South Pacific

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Aalborg University Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
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Dr. Reddy introduces the reader to the managerial environment of the island nations of the South Pacific and in so doing draws a vivid picture of the work situation for general managers in the said region. The perspective of ReddyAes work is decidedly non-European/non-American and therefore differs from most literature on this topic. The book presents an interesting study of mangersAe work in the islands of Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Kiribati and Tonga. The author traveled to all of these islands and studied managers in their own workspace, thus providing a firsthand impression of their situation. For those who work or intend to work in a managerial position in the islands of the South Pacific, Dr. Reddy emphasizes the importance of having an awareness and knowledge of local cultures. General Managers in the South Pacific provides advice and guidance in this regard. Dr. Narendra Reddy is coordinator of the Business Studies Programme at the School of Social and Economic Development, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji.

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Contents

List of Tables Figures and Abbreviations
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AIM OF THE STUDY
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SOUTH PACIFIC BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
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Narendra is coordinator of the Business Studies Programme at the School of Social and Economic Development.

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