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International Management Behavior [electronic resource] : Leading with a Global Mindset

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780470714126Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012.Edition: 6th edISBN:
  • 9780470748718
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: International Management Behavior : Leading with a Global MindsetDDC classification:
  • 658/.049
LOC classification:
  • HD62.4.I564235 2009
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Contents:
International Management Behavior: Leading with Global Mindset; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Global Manager; Chapter 2: Intercultural Effectiveness in International Management; Chapter 3: The MBI Model for High Performance; Chapter 4: Managing Global Teams and Networks; Case 1: Monsanto Europe (A); Case 2: Johannes Van Den Bosch Sends an Email; Case 3: Disneyland Resort Paris: Mickey Goes to Europe; Case 4: Charles Foster Sends an Email (A); Case 5: The Leo Burnett Company Ltd.: Virtual Team Management; Chapter 5: Executing Global Strategy
Chapter 6: Selecting and Developing Global ManagersChapter 7: Managing Change in Global Organizations; Case 6: Blue Ridge Spain; Case 7: Global Multi-Products Chile; Case 8: Managing Performance at Haier (A); Case 9: Ellen Moore (A): Living and Working in Korea; Chapter 8: Competing with Integrity in Global Business: Personal Integrity; Chapter 9: Competing with Integrity in Global Business: Corporate Citizenship; Case 10: NES China: Business Ethics (A); Case 11: Arla Foods and the Cartoon Crisis (A); Case 12: The Credit Suisse Christian Values Fund; Index
Summary: Now in its sixth edition, International Management Behavior continues to help students develop the knowledge, perspective, and skills they need in order to conduct global business successfully. The combination of well-chosen, new and classic cases, as well as a completely revised text, provides excellent exposure to real-life management issues and a field-tested framework for understanding cross-cultural dynamics. Elimination of the readings has provided for greater flexibility and customization. For the sixth edition, the structure of the book has been totally revised and the text
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International Management Behavior: Leading with Global Mindset; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1: The Global Manager; Chapter 2: Intercultural Effectiveness in International Management; Chapter 3: The MBI Model for High Performance; Chapter 4: Managing Global Teams and Networks; Case 1: Monsanto Europe (A); Case 2: Johannes Van Den Bosch Sends an Email; Case 3: Disneyland Resort Paris: Mickey Goes to Europe; Case 4: Charles Foster Sends an Email (A); Case 5: The Leo Burnett Company Ltd.: Virtual Team Management; Chapter 5: Executing Global Strategy

Chapter 6: Selecting and Developing Global ManagersChapter 7: Managing Change in Global Organizations; Case 6: Blue Ridge Spain; Case 7: Global Multi-Products Chile; Case 8: Managing Performance at Haier (A); Case 9: Ellen Moore (A): Living and Working in Korea; Chapter 8: Competing with Integrity in Global Business: Personal Integrity; Chapter 9: Competing with Integrity in Global Business: Corporate Citizenship; Case 10: NES China: Business Ethics (A); Case 11: Arla Foods and the Cartoon Crisis (A); Case 12: The Credit Suisse Christian Values Fund; Index

Now in its sixth edition, International Management Behavior continues to help students develop the knowledge, perspective, and skills they need in order to conduct global business successfully. The combination of well-chosen, new and classic cases, as well as a completely revised text, provides excellent exposure to real-life management issues and a field-tested framework for understanding cross-cultural dynamics. Elimination of the readings has provided for greater flexibility and customization. For the sixth edition, the structure of the book has been totally revised and the text