1st Edition

Competitive Global Management - Principles and Strategies

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ISBN 9781884015366
Published November 1, 1994 by CRC Press
432 Pages

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Book Description

Each chapter in Competitive Global Management: Principles and Strategies lists important objectives to be learned. The latest management research explains strategies of multinational corporations. A real-life case study helps the reader comprehend the importance of the issues discussed. The book features a current literature review, drawn from recent studies and research in the major international publications, further exemplifying major points.

Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction
1. The Importance of International Management
2. A Diverse Work Force in a Global Context: Facing the Challenge
Section II: Multinational Companies
3. Multinational Corporations: Problems and Prospects in an International Environment
4. The Effects of Culture on International
Section III: International Human Resource Management and Technology Transfer
5. International Human Resources
6. Diversity of the Work Force: Variables Affecting Managers and Employees
7. Managerial Skills and the Flow of Technology
Section IV: Comparative Management
8. Japan's Economic Competitiveness: A Critical Appraisal
9. Corporate Governance in Developed Countries: A Comparative Study
10. Culture in the Middle East
11. Multinational Companies and Less Developed Countries/Commodity-Driven Societies
12. Academic Training to Prepare Managers for a Global Economy
Section V: Technology Transfer
13. International Technology Transfer
14. Joint Ventures
Section VI: Business Ethics & Corporate Responsibility
15. Social Responsibility: A Requisite for Corporate Survival
16. Business Ethics
Section VII: Strategic Issues in International Management
17. International Strategic Management
18. Multinational Companies: An Integrated Strategy
19. The Structure of Global Organizations

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