Deresky, Helen; Christopher, Elizabeth
Publication Date :
16 Aug 2011
International Management: Managing Cultural Diversity
International Management explores the dynamic global environment of business management by examining the political, legal, technological, competitive, and cultural factors that shape corporations worldwide.
With its hallmark clear and concise approach, International Management places fundamental management theories in an international context. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the practices, cultural skills and sensitivities needed to operate successfully in a wide range of cross-national situations.
The second Australian edition of International Management focuses on the expanding economics of Australasia, China, India and their increasing trade amongst themselves, the European Union and the Americas.
International Management 2nd edition incorporates up-to-date research, increased coverage of ethics, a wide range of case studies and examines recent trends affecting international business managers in today’s hypercompetitive global environment.
International Management is suitable for undergraduate and post graduate students majoring in international business, general management or cross cultural studies.