International Management: A Cross-cultural and Functional Perspective

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Corporate culture. - 643 pages
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For undergraduate/graduate-level courses in International Management and International Business.

This book takes a cross-cultural and functional perspective in international management. Managerial functions are discussed in a cross-cultural setting of an international operation. Emphasis is placed on the importance of cross- cultural differences and the challenges of working in a diverse work environment where people may not share the same basic values and assumptions.

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The Management of International Business
International Strategic Planning
Organization of Multinational Operations

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