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Managing Across Cultures introduces the concepts, policies and practices of managing resources in different socio-economic, political and cultural contexts.
This book is structured on a country-by-country basis to allow a closer and more rigorous examination of the factors that influence labor market trends, organization and employment policies and practices in specific countries.
Includes dedicated chapters on emerging economies in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America; Provides an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings and the practical implications of different national approaches to management in a clear and coherent style; Packed with case studies and examples from a wide range of geographical contexts; Learning features include: learning objectives, tasks, summaries, further reading and revision questions
This is a key text for Cross-Cultural/International Management, International HRM and International ...
Part I Case Study: Bob Over the Globe – Chevron and Saudi Aramco
Part II Case Study: 9/11 – The Effects and Organizational Response
On the morning of 11 September 2001, the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City were completely destroyed by hijacked US commercial airliners crashing into them. A third hijacked airplane hit the Pentagon and a fourth crashed in Pennsylvania before reaching its intended destination – the White House in Washington DC. These horrifying terrorist attacks had considerable effects on the politics and economics of the US and many other countries in the world. The sectors of the economy most immediately affected after the attacks were travel and tourism. This case study examines such effects on and the organizational response of ...