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In a world no longer defined by national boundaries, Nancy J. Adler has written a groundbreaking book about how to manage within a global context, with an international, cross-cultural perspective. With clarity and empathy, the author breaks down and explains the conceptual, theoretical and practical boundaries that inhibit and limit our ability to understand and work with people throughout the world. What is good in and for American business may well not be right for the rest of the world. This book challenges American business to go beyond its own parochialism, to see the world from a different, more inclusive, perspective, and to manage from this vantage point.
-- Presents an international perspective on management.
-- Promotes cross-cultural understanding and sensitivity.
-- Provides an integrated approach to managing in multicultural work environments.
-- Includes new research and examples of women as international managers and global leaders.
Cengage Learning College
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