A unique analysis of how a combination of diverse, culturally based approaches are implicitly or explicitly built into the development of a business or organisation. Addressing key issues in developmental management, the author demonstrates how principles of ecology can be applied to different stages of organisational development at both local and global level.
Distinctive features include:
* examination of management and organisational development from a post-modern perspective
* up-to-date case material from a wide range of organisations, spanning the public, private and civic sphere
* development of a transcultural approach to the study of management principles and practices, incorporating practical and theoretical insights from across the globe.