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International Management

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ISBN-10: 0030068525

ISBN-13: 9780030068522

Edition: N/A

Authors: Oddou

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Book details

List price: $77.95
Publisher: Harcourt College Publishers
Publication date: 11/9/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 350
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Matt and Jan
Beginning a Journey
Seeking Markets: Meeting up with Japan
Negotiating a Partnership: An International Perspective
The International Assignment: Selecting the "Right" Candidate
West Meets East: Adapting to Japan
Managing Relationships in Japan: Being Part of a Japanese Family
Managing Relationships in Japan: Power and Hierarchy
Exploring Other Asian Markets: A Broader Cultural View
Culture in an Emerging Market: A Look at Vietnam
Culture Clash: Do International Buyouts Always Make Sense?
Leveraging the Global Experience
Deciding to Go to France
Negotiating the Compensation Package
Moving to France: The First Six Months
Matt's International Performance Review
Jennifer Stewart
Jennifer's New Business Development
Coming Home: The Challenges of Reentry
Matt's Perspective from Top Management
Conceptual Lessons
Beginning a Journey
Seeking Markets: Meeting up with Japan
Negotiating a Partnership: An International Perspective
The International Assignment: Selecting the "Right" Candidate
West Meets East: Adapting to Japan
Managing Relationships in Japan: Being Part of a Japanese Family
Managing Relationships in Japan: Power and Hierarchy
Exploring Other Asian Markets: A Broader Cultural View
Culture in an Emerging Market: A Look at Vietnam
Culture Clash: Do International Buyouts Always Make Sense?
Leveraging the Global Experience
Deciding to Go to France
Negotiating the Compensation Package
Moving to France: The First Six Months
Matt's International Performance Review
Jennifer Stewart
Jennifer's New Business Development
Coming Home: The Challenge of Reentry
Matt's Perspective from Top Management