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Introduction to globalization and business : relationships and responsibilities / Barbara Parker.

By: Parker, Barbara, 1947-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New Delhi : SAGE ; Response Books, c2005Description: xii, 523 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 8178295709; 9788178295701; 0761944966 (pbk.).Subject(s): International business enterprises -- Management | International trade | GlobalizationDDC classification: 658.049 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
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An Introduction to Globalization and Business Practices; A Systems View of Managing in a Global World; Characteristics and Challenges for Global Enterprises; The Landscape of Global Business; Global Industries; Globalization of the Natural Environment; Globalization of Culture; Global Economics 1: Trade, FDI, Currency, Wealth and Financial Institutions; Global Economy 2: Globalization of Labor; Global Politics; Globalization of Technologies; Organizational Structures; Leaders, Managers, Careers and Global Human Resource Systems; Managing Diversity and Teams; Management Processes in a Global World 1: Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics; Management Processes in a Global World 2: Decision-Making, Innovation and Creativity, Risk and Conflict Management; A Look Ahead
Summary: Summary: Worldwide interconnections are growing in virtually all fields of human endeavour. Organizational managers can better manage these interconnections by recognizing, analyzing and responding to or shaping shifts in six global environments: the global industries and businesses, the natural environment, global culture, global economics, politics, and technology. Successful global managers are those best able to achieve Read more...
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

An Introduction to Globalization and Business Practices; A Systems View of Managing in a Global World; Characteristics and Challenges for Global Enterprises; The Landscape of Global Business; Global Industries; Globalization of the Natural Environment; Globalization of Culture; Global Economics 1: Trade, FDI, Currency, Wealth and Financial Institutions; Global Economy 2: Globalization of Labor; Global Politics; Globalization of Technologies; Organizational Structures; Leaders, Managers, Careers and Global Human Resource Systems; Managing Diversity and Teams; Management Processes in a Global World 1: Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics; Management Processes in a Global World 2: Decision-Making, Innovation and Creativity, Risk and Conflict Management; A Look Ahead

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Worldwide interconnections are growing in virtually all fields of human endeavour. Organizational managers can better manage these interconnections by recognizing, analyzing and responding to or shaping shifts in six global environments: the global industries and businesses, the natural environment, global culture, global economics, politics, and technology. Successful global managers are those best able to achieve Read more...

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