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International Management is a comprehensive textbook that addresses the practical management functions and behaviors necessary to develop global vision and management skills at both a strategic (macro) level and an interpersonal (micro) level.
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NEW - Comprehensive cases? nine of sixteen comprehensive are new and drawn from a broad range of geographical settings. These cases places the students in the decision making role of a manager regarding issues of strategy, culture, HRM, social responsibility, technology, and politics in the global arena.
NEW ? Comparative Management in Focus ? Provides in depth comparative application of chapter topics in specific countries such as the growing Indian economy, and updated sections such as strategies for the EU market.
NEW - Chapter ending cases ? Seven of the 11 chapter ending cases are new. These cases tie the concepts of the chapter to real company issues.
Experiential exercises ? Experiential exercises at the end of each chapter challenge students on topics such as ethics and decision-making, cross cultural negotiations, and strategic planning.
The Global Manager?s Environment
Assessing the Environment?Political, Economic, Legal, Technological
Managing Interdependence: Social Responsibility and Ethics
The Cultural Context of Global Management
Understanding the Role of Culture
Communicating across Cultures
Cross-cultural Negotiation and Decision Making
Formulating Strategy (Setting: Malaysia)
Formulating and Implementing Strategy for International and Global Operations
Global Alliances and Strategy Implementation
Organization Structure and Control Systems
Global Human Resources Management
Staffing, Training, and Compensation for Global Operations
Developing a Global Management Cadre
Motivating and Leading