Application of American management theories and practices to the Indian business environment:

Gopalan, Suresh; Stahl, Angie
June 1998
American Business Review;Jun98, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p30
Academic Journal
Explains the cultural context of American management practices and their relevance to the Indian business environment. Traditional american relationship to nature and supernatural elements; Historical and religious factors that affects the Americans' approach to work; Tendency of Americans to be highly individualistic, autonomous and egalitarian in nature.


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