This series is designed to offer a fresh and added dimension to the standard academic texts in the area of Asian Business. The titles in the series aim to show how corporations in Asia work in practice, and how change is being experienced by individual members of these organisations. The series will be of interest to students and also to new managers assessing the Asian job market and working environment. Working in Asia is designed to:
* provide readable texts illustrating topics relevant to studies of contemporary business management in Asia
* take an insider's view of changes impacting on the experience of working in corporations in Asia
* illustrate how and why these changes are occurring
* illustrate vividly how individual members of these corporations are recognizing opportunities arising from change
* make general predictions on how working in and with corporations in Asia will change in the near future.
The Changing Face of Management in China
The Changing Face of Vietnamese Management
The Changing Face of Management in Thailand
The Changing Face of Korean Management
The Changing Face of People Management in India
The Changing Face of Women Managers in Asia
The Changing Face of Japanese Management
The Changing Face of Chinese Management
Edited By Ashish Malik, Chris Rowley
May 31, 2017
The global impact of so-called ‘offshoring’, including of information technology (IT) and related services, continues to be a topic of great interest to academics, practitioners and policy makers. The Indian IT industry has sustained high levels of growth in revenues and employment since the late ...
Edited By Chris Rowley, Fang Lee Cooke
April 12, 2010
China is one of the fastest developing emerging economies in the world today. The country has a huge influence on a global level, both politically and economically. Despite this, very few books cover both the full range of management functions, and the key issues facing managers in this unique ...
Edited By Chris Rowley, Quang Truong
May 05, 2010
Vietnam has emerged from long periods of colonialization, wars and ideological conflicts to become an important economic force within Asia and a promising destination for international business ventures. The latest book in the popular Working in Asia series, The Changing Face of Vietnamese ...
Edited By Tim Andrews, Sununta Siengthai
May 18, 2009
In the decade following the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, the management of organizations in Thailand has undergone significant change and development. The Changing Face of Management in Thailand examines in-depth the development of management during this pivotal period in the country’s ...
Edited By Chris Rowley, Yongsun Paik
October 20, 2008
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 ...
Edited By Pawan S. Budhwar, Jyotsna Bhatnagar
November 26, 2008
India has been identified as one of the biggest emerging markets in the world. Indian organizations have increasingly begun to understand the importance of human resources and have started to take into account the motivation, commitment and morale of its workforce. Despite great advances in ...
By Chris Rowley, Vimolwan Yukongdi
September 10, 2008
The influence of Asian cultures and religious traditions has often been used to explain Asian women’s under-utilisation and under-representation in management. This book examines the influence of culture and tradition on organisational and management practices, and how these affect the progress of ...
Edited By Chris Rowley, Saaidah Abdul-Rahman
December 20, 2007
South East Asia has undergone important economic, social and political developments in the last decade. The emergence of China as Asia’s largest pool of cheap labour has resulted in remarkable changes in the volume of foreign direct investment it commands, while the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis has ...
By Keith Jackson, Miyuki Tomioka
August 28, 2003
For many western managers the approach taken by successful Japanese organisations and their managers has tended to inspire awe, envy and incomprehension in equal measure. But what is so special about 'Japanese' management? And how 'special' is the response of Japanese managers to global business ...
By Tang Jie, Anthony Ward
October 24, 2002
Chinese management has experienced a dramatic change in recent years. In many areas, established ideas about how Chinese management operates are oversimplified and outdated. This book sets out to provide a more realistic portrait of Chinese management today, and how it has changed dramatically over...
By Tim Andrews, Bryan J. Baldwin, Nartnalin Chompusri
October 03, 2002
This book examines how and why corporate strategy, structure and culture is continuing to change markedly in South East Asia. Among the issues that have forced widespread changes in the region are the economic meltdown, the growth in electronic technology, regional market integration, changing ...