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Borderless Business: Managing the Far-Flung Enterprise

Borderless Business: Managing the Far-Flung Enterprise

by Clarence J. Mann, Klaus Gotz


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780275991470
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/30/2006
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Clarence J. Mann is Professor and Chair of the International Management Program and Director of the Institute for Global Management at University of Maryland University College. With over twenty years of professional experience in management consulting and in corporate and international law practice, including serving as General Counsel of Sears Roebuck's International Operations, he was coeditor, with Klaus Götz, of The Development of Management Theory and Practice in the United States, a joint UMUC and Daimler/Chrysler research project.

Klaus Götz is Professor at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Center for Human Resource Management. Prior to this appointment, he was manager of the Management-Konzepte Unit at Daimler/Chrysler in Stuttgart. He has published numerous articles and edited or contributed to several books in the field of human resource management and leadership development, and is coeditor, with Clarence J. Mann, of The Development of Management Theory and Practice in the United States, a joint UMUC and Daimler/Chrysler research project.

Table of Contents


Overview: Forces Shaping the Global Business Environment


Strategy in a Global Context

Marketing across the World

Managing Global Supply Networks

Human Resources Development Strategy


Trade and Government relations

The Fragmented Legal Environment of Global Business

Managing Country Risk


Managing Knowledge in the Extended Enterprise

International Accounting, Taxation, and Corporate Governance

Road Map To Changing Financial Environment


The Global Leader

Cultivating Global Teams: Diversity Management Squared

Toward the Transnationalization of Corporate Culture

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Conclusions: An Emerging Global Management Paradigm

About the Editors and Contributors


What People are Saying About This

Sunil K. Munjal

"Borderless Business is essential reading for senior managers and CEOs looking beyond their domestic markets at new growth territories. The book realistically maps some of the key transition challenges that corporations often underestimate while expanding their operations overseas, and it also provides important lessons for managers who often have to tussle between short-term shareholder pressures and long-term vision. I recommend this book for all practicing managers."

Martin Gannon

"Borderless Business should be the book of choice for managers, potential managers, students, and the general reader seeking to understand the complexities of globalization and its effects on business firms, nations, executives, and employees. Its distinctive features include a crystal-clear writing style, a wide and all-encompassing range of topics, vivid examples, summary highlighted points of emphasis, insightful charts and figures, and deep understanding of each major topic. I strongly recommend the book."

John H. Dunning

"This is a truly first rate book—one of the best I have read on the current challenges and opportunities of globalization. It is eminently readable, and addresses a set of key issues in international business from an interdisciplinary perspective. Its emphasis on the cultural and institutional imperatives of local and regional communities, and on mobilizing creativity and commitment in MNEs, is particularly germane to our contemporary globalizing economy. The editors are to be congratulated for assembling and integrating such an interesting, incisive, and relevant selection of essays. This work deserves the widest possibly audience of business students, scholars, and executives of global companies."

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