International Management provides a comprehensive introduction to cross–cultural management, demonstrating how cultural factors influence behaviour in the boardroom and the workplace, and examines the skills needed to manage across national borders.
- The only book on the market which effectively incorporates the cross–cultural dimension.
- Provides unique coverage of patronage relationships; organizational culture; dispute; family companies; HQ and subsidiary relationships; and planning change.
- Written by an author with a truly international perspective – having gained both teaching and management experience in the US, UK and Asia.
- The author′s background in anthropology gives the book another unique approach.