Part of the successful Routledge ‘Working in Asia’ series, The Changing Face of Korean Management focuses on a country that is predicted by some experts to become the world’s third richest by 2025. South Korea, with its thriving telecommunications and automotive industries, and increasing trade links with China, survived the 1997 Asian Economic Crisis better than most. This important textbook explores the key areas of management in this pivotal country in the region, including:
- Human Resource Management
- Overseas affiliates
- Small firms and entrepreneurship
Including case studies and interviews with front-line Korean managers to enable a real ‘voice’ to emerge, and written by native academics, this is a complete analysis of the current state of management structures in South Korea. It is important reading for all students of business and management interested in Asia.
Table of Contents
1. Setting the Scene for 'The Changing Face of South Korean Management' (Chris Rowley and Yongsun Paik) 2. The Changing Face of Korean Human Resource Management (Gyu-Chang Yu and Chris Rowley) 3. The Changing Face of Korean Marketing Management (Changjo Yoo and Robert D. Winsor) 4. The Changing Face of Operations Management in Korea (Joon-Soo Jon, Eui Hong and Byung-Gak Son) 5. The Changing Face of Korean Finance Management (Won Kang) 6. The Changing Face of Korean Strategic Management (Seung-Hyun Lee and Sang-Myung Lee) 7. The Changing Face of Korean Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Management (David Y. Choi, Susan Elkinawy and Stacy H. Wang) 8. The Changing Face of Korean Management of Overseas Affiliates (Youngsun Paik and Yong Suhk Pak) 9. The Changing Face of Korean Women in Management (Namhee Kim and Chris Rowley) 10. The Changing Face of Korean Management Revisited (Youngsun Paik and Chris Rowley)
Chris Rowley is the inaugural Professor of Human Resource Management at Cass Business School, London. He is editor of the leading journal, Asia Pacific Business Review, and has published over 70 books and articles.
Yongsun Paik is Professor of International Business and Management at Loyola Marymount University, California. He has published widely and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of World Business and the Journal of International Business and Economy.