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Management across Cultures
Challenges and Strategies

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  • Date Published: April 2010
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  • Management practices and processes frequently differ across national and regional boundaries. What may be acceptable managerial behaviour in one culture may be counterproductive or even unacceptable in another. As managers increasingly find themselves working across cultures, the need to understand these differences has become increasingly important. This book examines why these differences exist and how global managers can develop strategies and tactics to deal with them. The text draws on recent research in anthropology, psychology, and management, to explain the cultural and psychological underpinnings that shape managerial attitudes and behaviours, whilst introducing a learning model to guide in the intellectual and practical development of managers seeking enhanced global expertise. It offers user-friendly conceptual models to guide understanding and exploration of topics and summarizes and integrates the lessons learned in each chapter in applications-oriented 'Manager's Notebooks'. A companion website featuring comprehensive chapter-by-chapter PPT slides is available at www.cambridge.org/management_across_cultures.

    • Lively, engaging text for advanced students of cross-cultural management
    • Authoritative approach to theory, fully illustrated with a range of global examples
    • Encourages a learning, rather than prescriptive approach in the development of multicultural competence
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    'Richard Steers and his colleagues provide a comprehensive and useful analysis of the many areas where culture shapes and influences managerial behaviors and practices. The book should be an excellent resource for global managers who have to navigate their way through different countries and cultures.' Andrew Inkpen, Thunderbird School of Global Management

    'All in all, the book offers a good overview about the challenges of international managers and broaches many interesting layers of intercultural management.' Nils Kruse, The Delta Intercultural Academy (dialogin.com)

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    20th Jul 2014 by Uko

    Very educating and enriching. A must read book for all global International Managers

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    • Date Published: April 2010
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511686078
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    List of exhibits
    Preface
    1. Global realities and management challenges
    2. Developing global management skills
    3. Culture, values, and worldviews
    4. Inside the managerial mind: culture, cognition, and action
    5. Inside the organizational mind: stakeholders, strategies, and decision-making
    6. Organizing frameworks: a comparative assessment
    7. Communication across cultures
    8. Leadership and global teams
    9. Work and motivation
    10. Negotiation and global partnerships
    11. Managing in an imperfect world
    12. Epilogue: the journey continues
    Appendix A. Models of national cultures
    Appendix B. OECD guidelines for global managers
    Index.

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    Management across Cultures

    Richard M. Steers, Carlos J. Sanchez-Runde, Luciara Nardon

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  • Authors

    Richard M. Steers, University of Oregon
    Richard M. Steers is Professor of Organization and Management in the Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon.

    Carlos J. Sanchez-Runde, IESE Business School, Barcelona
    Carlos J. Sanchez-Runde is Professor of People Management at IESE Business School, Barcelona.

    Luciara Nardon, Carleton University, Ottawa
    Luciara Nardon is Assistant Professor of Management at the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University, Canada.

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