The current Asian economic crisis has shattered the belief that Asian ways of management are superior to Western ways. To survive, Asian firms are rethinking their entire approach to managing--and in his latest edited book, Richter, with his contributing authors, provides a sharply focused analysis of how this happened. They detail developments in both the theory and practice of Asian ways of management, analyze the crisis and its impact on Asian firms and business, predict the future of Asian business organization, and offer emerging models for business with their Western counterparts. An important source of fact and interpretation for professionals in multinational organizations and for academics and upper-level students of international business.The Theoretical Problems of the Transferability of Management Style. In M. Trevor, The Internationalization of Japanese Business. Frankfurt: Campus. Thompson, J., and Render, R. (1995). Nissan UK: A Workera#39;s Paradox? Business Horizonsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Asian Economic Catharsis|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2000-01-01|