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Asian Management in Transition

Emerging Themes

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14 November 2006

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Asian Management in Transition provides a comparative examination of business and management in Asia. It examines the impact of both globalization and national managerial cultures on managerial development and practices and...

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Asian Management in Transition provides a comparative examination of business and management in Asia. It examines the impact of both globalization and national managerial cultures on managerial development and practices and assesses the varying responses to global challenges made by economies with different managerial heritages.

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Offers an indepth analysis of the changes that have occurred both in the business environments and the business practices of key Asian economies
Thoroughly researched yet accessibly written providing valuable insights for students at undergraduate and MBA level
An ideal introduction to the region, providing wide coverage of large and small economies, including the key economies of India and China

PART ONE: OVERVIEW
 Asian Management in a Changing World; S.Chatterjee& A.Nankervis.- Convergence and Divergence: A Model of Management in Asia; S.Chatterjee& A.Nankervis.- PART TWO: THE MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES OF LARGE ASIAN NATIONS
Managing Global Integration, National Values and Local Developments in China; A.Nankervis& L.Ngok.- Bridging the Gap Between Potential and Performance: Challenges of Indian Management; S.Chatterjee
Managing Long Traditions and Innovations for Sustainable Development in Japan; R.Grainger& T.Miyamoto
PART THREE: THE MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES OF SMALL AND DYNAMIC ASIAN NATIONS
Managing Industrial Development Through Learning, the Family and Competition in South Korea; R.Grainger& S.Ananthram.- Managing Pluralism, Development and Modernisation in Malaysia; H.Singleton
Managing the Entrepreneurial Culture in Singapore; S.Choo
PART FOUR: THE MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE OF COMPLEX ASIAN NATIONS
Managing the Process of Continuity-in-Change in Thailand; B.Sheehan& V.Egan
Managing Complexity, Paradox and Transformation in Indonesia; H.Singleton& A.Nankervis.- CONCLUSION Dynamic and Divergent Asian Management Responses to Convergent Global Imperatives; S.Chatterjee& A.Nankervis
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SAMIR CHATTERJEE is Professor of International Management in the School of Management, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. He has taught at several universities in Europe, USA and Asia, including the University of Warwick in the UK, the Thunderbird School of International Management in the USA and Hokkaido University in Japan.

ALAN NANKERVIS is Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He is the author of a successful Australian textbook, Strategic HRM (4th edition).

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SAMIR CHATTERJEE is Professor of International Management in the School of Management, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. He has taught at several universities in Europe, USA and Asia, including the University of Warwick in the UK, the Thunderbird School of International Management in the USA and Hokkaido University in Japan.

ALAN NANKERVIS is Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He is the author of a successful Australian textbook, Strategic HRM (4th edition).

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