International Management: Cross-Cultural Dimensions, Pages 126-135

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Wiley, 2005 - Business & Economics - 454 pages
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The third edition of this comprehensive introduction to cross-cultural management has been extensively revised and updated to include new material on globalization and localization, strategic management, and the knowledge company.

  • The text has been restructured to look initially at culture as one factor influencing the structures and systems of a company, and then at how these internal arrangements influence international and strategic management.
  • A chapter on dissertation and project writing has been added to make the text even more useful to students.
  • Written by an author with a truly international perspective, having gained both teaching and management experience in the US, UK and Asia.
  • Examples are drawn from a wide variety of international sources from the US, Europe and Southeast Asia.

The text is also supported by a lecturer resource site at featuring:

  • password protected instructor notes on chapters - including exam questions, and
  • downloadable PowerPoint slides

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About the author (2005)

Richard Mead convenes international management programs at the School of Oriental and African Studies, the University of London. Before this he taught at the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Thailand, and was a visitor at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, USA. He has 35 years’ experience of teaching and researching in communications management and is also the author of Cases and Projects in International Management (Blackwell Publishing, 2000).

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