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This text guides the reader as to what actions to take, and how to develop the skills necessary to design and implement global strategies, to conduct effective cross-national interactions and to manage daily operations in foreign subsidiaries. Assessing the Environment-Political, Economic, Legal, Technological; Managing Interdependence: Social Responsibility and Ethics; Understanding the Role of Culture; Communicating Across Cultures; Cross-cultural Negotiation and Decision Making; Formulating Strategy; Global Alliances and Strategy Implementation; Organization Structure and Control Systems; Staffing, Training, and Compensation for Global Operations; Developing a Global Management Cadre; Motivating and Leading For undergraduate and graduate students majoring in international business or general management.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Global Manager’s Environment Chapter 1: Assessing the Environment—Political, Economic, Legal, Technological Chapter 2: Managing Interdependence: Social Responsibility and Ethics Part II: The Cultural Context of Global Management Chapter 3: Understanding the Role of Culture Chapter 4: Communicating Across Cultures Chapter 5: Cross-cultural Negotiation and Decision Making Part III: Formulating and Implementing Strategy for International and Global Operations Chapter 6: Formulating Strategy Chapter 7: Global Alliances and Strategy Implementation Chapter 8: Organization Structure and Control Systems Part IV: Global Human Resources Management Chapter 9: Staffing, Training, and Compensation for Global Operations Chapter 10: Developing a Global Management Cadre Chapter 11: Motivating and Leading