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International management : strategic opportunities and cultural challenges.

Author: Dean B McFarlin; Paul D Sweeney
Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fifth editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dean B McFarlin; Paul D Sweeney
ISBN: 9780415825276 041582527X 9780415825283 0415825288
OCLC Number: 875404197
Description: xxi, 602 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.On a Global Stage: The World of International Management --
International Challenge: New Balance: Still Running with Production in the United States --
International Business: A World of Constant Change --
Globalization and the Growth of International Business --
A Snapshot of Regional Trends --
International Insights: Russia: Corruption in the Wild, Wild East --
Key Challenges Facing International Business --
Managing in a Challenging International Environment --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? New Balance Makes "Made in the U.S.A." Lean and High-Tech --
International Development: International Management: Living at 35,000 Feet? --
From Theory to International Practice: Hitting Home: Understanding Your Local "China Syndrome" --
Notes --
2.Legal and Political Foundations of International Management --
International Challenge: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Knockoffs: Making It and Faking It in China Note continued: The Legal Environment of International Management --
International Insights: Courting Trouble: American-Style Litigation and Lawyers in Japan --
Global Innovations: Social Networking: Islam Style --
International Law --
GATT/WTO --
Political Issues and Risks in International Management --
International Insights: In Harm's Way: The Danger of Doing Business Abroad --
Summary of Risk Factors --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? Combatting Counterfeiting in the Middle Kingdom --
International Development: Culture Knowledge Quiz --
From Theory to International Practice: Calibrating International Business Risk --
Notes --
3.Doing Things Right: International Ethics and Social Responsibility --
International Challenge: Competitive Intelligence: Dumpster Diving for That Extra Edge --
Ethics and Social Responsibility in International Management --
International Insights: Beyond Rangoon: Chevron and Human Rights in Burma Note continued: Global Innovations: Doing Good to Do Well: The Changing Value Proposition for Corporate Social Responsibility --
Cross-National Differences in Ethical Perspectives --
International Insights: Is Doing the Right Thing Wrong?-An American Faces an Ethical Dilemma in South America --
Ethics Associated with Bribery and Other Questionable Payments --
International Insights: Bribery as a Business Model-Bavarian Baksheesh at Siemens AG --
International Insights: Making Friends and Influencing People: The Long Arm of the FCPA Got Longer --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? Competitive Intelligence: Lots of Gray Areas, No Easy Answers --
International Development: Bribery in International Business --
From Theory to International Practice: Analyzing Corporate Codes --
Notes --
Integrative Case 1: Culture Clash In The Boardroom (HBR, 2011) --
4.Making Distinctions Across Cultures: Implications for International Management Note continued: International Challenge: Hidden Strengths Is India the Proverbial "Elephant" in the Global Room? --
Defining and Understanding Culture --
Classifying Cultures around the Globe --
International Insights: Old-Fashioned Chinese Guanxi Gets a Decidedly Yiddish Edge...and Begins to Look More Like Schmoozing All the Time --
International Insights: It's a Small Park After All: Queuing Up at the House of the Mouse --
Global Innovations: Sharing Is Caring (about Market Penetration): Facebook in Unfamiliar Places --
The Implications of Culture for International Management --
How Individuals and Corporations Can Make Better Sense of Culture --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? The Steady Rise of the World's Largest Democracy --
International Development: Understanding Your Orientation toward Individualism-Collectivism --
From Theory to International Practice: The Cultural Minefield of International Gift Giving --
Notes Note continued: 5.Perception, Interpretation, and Attitudes Across Cultures --
International Challenge: Desperately Seeking Latin Culture --
Perception, Interpretation, and Attitudes Across Cultures --
International Insights: Getting "Carded" in Japan: Perception and Business Card Ritual --
Interpretation of Perceptions --
International Insights: Attributions on TV --
Attitudes --
International Insights: Making the Right Impression on Your Chinese Boss or Partner --
The Effects of Attitudes and Stereotypes --
International Insights: There is No "i" in Havana --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? Putting the Culture Back into Housewives --
International Development: Measuring Your Perceptual Orientation to Time --
From Theory to International Practice: Conducting a Cultural Audit of China --
Global Innovations: Online and at the Head of the Line for Internet Business in China --
Notes --
6.Communicating Effectively Across Cultures Note continued: International Challenge: A Small Firm Needs a Communication Boost to Get the Chips Off Their Shoulders...and Off Their Shelves --
Communicating Effectively Across Cultures --
Global Innovations: They Have Ways of Making You Talk: A Japanese Firm Requires English --
International Insights: The Best Care in the Air Is Cross-Cultural: Miscommunication can be Dangerous to Your Well-being --
Communicating in Foreign Languages: Plenty of Room for Error --
International Insights: Many Americans "Strike Out" When Communicating Cross-Culturally --
Nonverbal Communication --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? Advances in Intercultural Communication-the Low-Tech Way --
International Development: Moshi, Moshi: Overcoming Cultural Barriers to Communication --
From Theory to International Practice: We Have Ways of Making You Talk: Researching a Foreign Language --
Notes --
Integrative Case 2: Chiba International, Inc. (IMD, SWITZ.) Note continued: 7.Managing Conflict and Conducting Effective Negotiations --
International Challenge: Two Sides of a Common Border: Negotiations between Mexicans and Americans --
A World of Conflict --
The Role of "Face" in Intercultural Conflict --
International Insights: Get out of my "Face": The Importance of Respect Across Cultures --
Other Responses to Conflict --
International Insights: Conflict in the Middle Kingdom: The Fan Family Feud --
Understanding International Negotiation --
Global Innovations: Getting to "Yes": Negotiating Safely in a Hostage Crisis --
International Insights: The Devil Is in the Details: The Meaning of Compromise Across Cultures --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? The Mexican and American Negotiation Gap: Returning El Norte, Empty-Handed --
International Development: Assessing and Comparing Your Conflict Management Style Note continued: From Theory to International Practice: Characteristic Features of Negotiation Behavior in Countries around the World --
Notes --
8.Taking Stock: Developing International Strategy --
International Challenge: Localization and Integration: One Company's Solution to the "Either-Or" Dilemma --
International Strategy: Deciding How to Compete Abroad --
Corporate Strategy Options in International Business --
The Process of Developing International Strategy --
International Insights: Krafting Strategy for International Markets --
Global Innovations: A Strategic Fast Food Fight: McDonald's Faces Tough Local Competition from Jollibee in the Philippines --
Organizational Requirements for Successful International Strategy --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? General Electric Upends "Glocalization" in Favor of "Reverse Innovation" --
International Development: Conducting a Company Situation Analysis Note continued: From Theory to International Practice: Making Moves on a Global Stage --
Notes --
9.Jumping In: Foreign Market Entry and Ownership Options --
International Challenge: General Electric Powers up in China...But at a Technological Price --
Taking the Plunge --
International Insights: U.S. Firm Battled a Japanese Giant to Protect Its Technology --
Foreign Market Entry Options --
International Insights: Trouble Can Find American Exporters at Home --
Global Innovations: McDonald's and Other U.S. Franchisors Find Foreign Growth Is Golden --
International Insights: Danone's Chinese Joint Venture Turns Sour --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? GE Antes Up (Some) Technology to Power China's Growing Market --
International Development: Using the Global Practices Instrument --
From Theory to International Practice: Exporting Your Technology Products --
Notes --
Integrative Case 3: Go Global-Or No? (HBR, 2001) Note continued: 10.Motivating and Leading Across Cultures --
International Challenge: Can Stodgy South Korean Companies Loosen Up Their Leadership? --
Motivating and Leading Abroad: One Size Does Not Fit All --
Western Motivation Concepts and Their Applicability to Other Cultures --
International Insights: Money Drives Russian Women Working for Mary Kay and Avon --
International Insights: Global Dining's Message to Its Japanese Employees: Perform or You Are Chopped Liver --
Effective Leadership in a Global Context --
International Insights: Vineet Nayar: Changing the Leadership Culture, 1.2 Billion at a Time --
Global Innovations: It Takes a Village: Developing an International Leadership Cadre at PwC --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? Leadership with Seoul: Korean Firms Are Mindful of Their Roots While Trying New Approaches --
International Development: How Are Your Cross-Cultural Motivation Skills? Note continued: From Theory to International Practice: Leadership Transitions in BRIC Countries: Understanding the New Economic Powerhouses --
Notes --
11.Building an Effective International Workforce --
International Challenge: Seoul-Searching a Work World Away: One U.S. Expatriate's Cautionary Tale --
A Strategic Look at International Human Resource Management --
Staffing Foreign Operations: A World of Choices --
Global Innovations: Want an Alternative to Traditional Expatriates? Try "Boomerangs" --
Selecting and Developing International Employees --
International Insights: Glamour, Grunge, or Both? In the Trenches with International Managers --
Cultural Differences in Selection and Development Procedures --
Expatriates: Work a World Away --
International Insights: Hardship Post or Comfortable Sojourn? Chinese Expats in the West --
Returning Home: The Challenge of Repatriation --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions Note continued: Up to the Challenge? Trying Fitting in Across an Ocean of Differences --
International Development: What Is Your International Orientation? --
From Theory to International Practice: International Human Resource Management in Specific Firms --
Notes --
12.Evaluating and Rewarding Employees Worldwide --
International Challenge: Multinationals Are Making it Harder for Employees to Accept Expatriate Assignments --
Employee Performance Appraisal: The Global Challenge --
Multinationals and Performance Evaluation for Expatriates --
Who Should Evaluate Expatriate Performance? --
When Should Expatriate Performance Be Evaluated? --
Context Variables That Impact Evaluations of Expatriates --
Some Additional Challenges with Cross-Border Performance Evaluations --
Evaluating Foreign-Born Employees --
International Insights: Some Advice for Providing Performance Feedback to Foreign-Born Employees --
Compensation of International Employees Note continued: International Insights: Taking a Holiday from Vacations: Working Overtime to Change a National Habit --
Explaining Compensation Differences Across Countries --
The Challenges of Expatriate Compensation --
Methods for Compensating Expatriates --
Global Innovations: What Do Zippers, Prozac, a Dozen Roses, and a Box of Titleists Have in Common? They Are All in a Day's Survey --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? Are American Expatriates Becoming Too Expensive for Multinationals? --
International Development: Giving Negative Performance Feedback Across Cultures --
From Theory to International Practice: Assembling an Expatriate Compensation Package --
Notes --
13.Managing Cultural Groups: From Small Work --
International Challenge: SAP's Plans Hit a Cultural Barrier --
Managing Teams and Smaller Work Groups Across Cultures --
Group Productivity Across Cultures --
International Insights: Team Dynamics at 35,000 Feet Note continued: Diversity: Working with Others from Different Groups --
International Insights: Cross-Cultural Teams Open in the Catskills --
Labor Relations in and Across Cultures --
Labor Unions Across Countries --
International Insights: Labor Relations on the Brink in Belgium: A Cautionary Tale for Firms Doing Business in Europe --
Global Innovations: A New Twist on "Dutch Treat": Government and Private Support Combines to Save Jobs in the Netherlands --
Putting Agreements into Practice --
Chapter Summary --
Discussion Questions --
Up to the Challenge? SAP's Decision to Become Less German --
International Development: Understanding Japanese Group Decision-Making --
From Theory to International Practice: Developing Expertise in International Labor Trends --
Notes --
Integrative Case 4: The Case Of The Floundering Expatriate (HBR, 1995).

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