Orientating values with eastern ways

Yuet-Ha, Mo
July 1996
People Management;7/25/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p28
Shows how cultural differences affect competencies in companies setting up operations in East Asia with their western management methods. Author's examination on how cultural differences affect competencies; Adoption and understanding of local cultural values. INSETS: Business etiquette: A guide for..;1: The influence of work-related values..;2: Confucian values in Asian countries..


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