This comprehensive guide presents specific, real-life examples of the strategies and tactics used by some of the world's most successful international businesses and organizations to excel in the global marketplace. Divided into six major sections, this important book features more than 30 case studies that span critical issues of international business--globalization; negotiation; marketing; product/service quality; joint ventures and strategic alliances; and culturally diverse workforces. Each case study focuses on a particular company, region, or management style to clearly illustrate proven techniques for capitalizing on the cultural diversity of people, products, and markets. With contributions from more than two dozen business executives and professors, spanning the globe from Japan, to Germany, China to Mexico, this casebook provides a broad spectrum of current and future approaches to acheiving international and cross-cultural business success.It is an ideal job for women, as the hours are flexible and the pay is lowathis low pay does not attract men, although you ... all of the different drinks and to be able to pull a proper pint (obtain a draft beer from the barrel or keg), which was a skill in itself. ... do not have too much froth (head) on the top of the glass, and know the difference between a ablack and tana (half ... An increase in price would reduce consumption temporarilyathe breweries would never consider a price increase ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Business Case Studies For the Multicultural Marketplace|
|Author||:||Robert T. Moran, David O. Braaten Ph.D., John Walsh, D.B.A.|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-01-11|