Management: A Global Perspective, Volume 1
The tenth edition of this classic management textbook features a new pronounced emphasis on global management. Equal attention is paid to the new Europe and the Pacific Rim as to the United States, and chapter cases are both domestic and international. Each of the six new Part Closings has a new International Focus section and a new Global Car Industry Case. Part closings 2 to 6 compare each of the 5 management functions in Japan, the USA and the People's Republic of China.
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The Basis of Global Management Theory and Practice
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