No Image Available

Small Business Management in Cross-Cultural Environments

 Author: Per Lind  Category: Latest Books, Management  Published: 01 Mar, 2013  Get it on Amazon
 Description:

Small Business Management in Cross-Cultural Environments is one of very few books to take the cross-cultural context as an opportunity to analyse and discuss the key concepts of small firm management in different parts of the world. This textbook covers important topics, such as:

  • the global economic development process
  • entrepreneurship
  • the role of government
  • SME growth and collaborations in a global context.

By explaining how culture shapes and conditions the reality of small businesses and how organizational theories and models fail as management tools, this book fills a significant gap. Supplemented by a compendium of compelling case studies, drawn from across the world, and based upon 25 years of international research by the author, Small Business Management in Cross-Cultural Environments is a useful guide for students and practitioners of SME and International Management


Other Books From - Latest Books


No Image Available The Psychology of Culture Shock Culture Shock, Latest Books Colleen Ward, Adrian Furnham
No Image Available Global Communication: A Multicultural Perspective Communication, Latest Books Yahya R. Kamalipour
No Image Available Intercultural Studies in Higher Education: Policy and Practice Education, School & Teaching, Latest Books Ana Maria de Albuquerque Moreira et.al
No Image Available Intercultural Communication in Contexts Communication, Latest Books Judith Martin, Thomas Nakayama
No Image Available Leadership . . . in Crisis Latest Books, Leadership Michael G Bassous, Gene Habecker
No Image Available International HRM: A Cross-Cultural Approach Latest Books, Leadership, Psychology Terence Jackson


Other Books By - Per Lind


No Books Available!


 Back
X