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1567200109
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9781567200102
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Multinational Cross-Cultural Management: An Integrative Context-Specific Process

Multinational Cross-Cultural Management: An Integrative Context-Specific Process

by Dorothy G. Dologite, Robert Mockler

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Overview

Present and potential multinational managers need a concise, modern, practical, and effective guide to dealing with the highly competitive international marketplace of tomorrow. This balanced approach to multinational, cross-cultural management is for large and small companies in a wide range of product and service industries. Actual company experiences are studied to show the common frameworks which are used to manage diversity from the decision making and action viewpoint of the individual manager. Surviving and prospering in the present environment; anticipating and adapting to new situations; generating ideas that manage and exploit change; and leading the creation of change across industries and markets are all dealt with in detail.

Present and potential multinational managers need a concise, modern, practical, and effective guide to dealing with the highly competitive international marketplace of tomorrow. This balanced approach to multinational, cross-cultural management is for large and small companies in a wide range of product and service industries. Actual company experiences are studied to show the common frameworks which are used to manage diversity from the decision making and action viewpoint of the individual manager. Surviving and prospering in the present environment; anticipating and adapting to new situations; generating ideas that manage and exploit change; and leading the creation of change across industries and markets are all dealt with in detail.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781567200102
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/25/1997
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

ROBERT J. MOCKLER is Professor of Management in the Graduate School of Business at St. John's University, and is Director of the Strategic Management Research Group. Dr. Mockler has written widely on the subject. His published works include thirty-eight books and monographs. He has consulted and conducted training programs in many developing and developed countries.

DOROTHY G. DOLOGITE is Professor of Computer Information Systems in the School of Business at Baruch College, City University of New York. Dr. Dologite has written twelve books and many articles on the subject, and has lectured in Russia, China, and several other countries.

Table of Contents

Preface

Basic Processes and Tasks

Cross-Cultural Management in a Multinational Context: Introduction

Multinational Cross-Cultural Management: Key Tasks, Decisions, and Actions

Common Frameworks

Managing Cultural Differences

Multinational Cross-Cultural Management Decision Making and Action

Multinational Cross-Cultural Management: The Strategic Context Overview

Making Decisions and Taking Action in Selected Enterprise-Wide, Business Unit, and Operational Task Areas

Supporting Enabling Systems

Telecommunications and Information Systems

Accounting, Finance, and Control in the International Context

Organizing for Multinational Operations: Structure, Processes (Business and Human), and Culture

Enabling Human Resources

Interpersonal Interaction

Staffing, Training, and Communications

Leadership and Management

Managing Change and Diversity Integratively

Selected Bibliography

Index

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