International Management / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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- Cengage South-Western
Drawing from expansive international experience and expertise, Holt and Wigginton goes beyond the traditional text and delves beneath the surface of international management. This text offers a truly global perspective, incorporating research and case examples from around the globe - not just the United States and Canada. The text focuses on the most important aspect of international management: leadership in a cross-cultural, multidomestic, and multicultural environment. The market includes all universities that teach a course in International Management. It may be used for both upper-division undergraduate and graduate level courses.
Table of Contents
Part I. The Global Imperative 1. International Management: A Global Perspective 2. The International Business Environment 3. Government Relations and Political Risk 4. Ethics and Social Responsibility Part II. Strategy and Global Organization 5. Global Strategic Planning 6. Going Global and Implementing Strategies 7. Designing Effective International Organizations Part III. Spanning Borders for Cross-Cultural Management 8. Cultural Dimensions of International Management 9. Intercultural Communications 10. Intercultural Negotiations Part IV. Human Resources in the Global Context 11. International Labor Relations 12. Human Resources: Managing Expatriates 13. Human Resources: Staffing, Training, and Development Part V. Managing People: The Leadership Dimension 14. Motivating People: The Challenge of Diversity 15. Leadership in the Global Context 16. International Teams: The Emerging Management Challenge