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“As with its predecessors, this edition of Cross-Cultural Management maintains its proper focus on the interpersonal aspects of management as they are rendered problematic by cultural differences. The prose is clear and lively; the coverage of both theorizing and research on the cultural and individual factors that create challenges is comprehensive and state-of-the-art; the authors at the very forefront of their discipline as scholars and consultants. There is no better textbook to assign to students studying international or cross-cultural management.” (Michael Harris Bond, Visiting Chair Professor of Psychology)
“I find [this text] is useful in introducing students to some of the key concepts that are relevant for cross-cultural management.” (Arpita Joardar)
“Comprehensive and thorough coverage of all major theory and related concepts.” (David C. Yen)
“This is an excellent text.” (Susan F. Sharp, L.J. Semrod Presidential Professor)
“There is no other book like this out there. This book's approach to cross-cultural management fits perfectly with my view of how [cross-cultural management] courses should be taught, as well as with what our department needs.” (Alicia Boisnier, PhD)
"The authors have drawn on their extensive experience to provide a clear and accessible guide to ways of understanding culture and cultural difference. They lead the reader gently and effectively toward better ways of handling the key challenges faced by the contemporary international manager." (Peter B. Smith, Professor Emeritus of Social Psychology)
"In this third edition of Thomas’ book, the co-authorship of cross-cultural psychologist Mark Peterson has enriched the text with a cross-discipline view, clarifying for readers from individualist cultures how they can be at the same time unique persons and, at the national and other levels, products of their cultures – justifying the book’s subtitle 'essential concepts'." (Geert Hofstede)
The globalization of the business environment that is being driven by technological and economic factors is resulting in an ever-increasing number of cross-cultural interactions in the workplace. Understanding the influence of culture on interpersonal interactions in organizational settings is now a fundamental requirement of effective international management. This book will be an aid to that understanding.
The Third Edition examines cross-cultural management issues from a predominantly psychological perspective. As opposed to being country specific, this book focuses on the interactions of people from different cultures in organizational settings. That is, the approach used is to understand the effect of culture in a way that can then be applied to a wide variety of cross-cultural interactions in a number of organizational contexts.
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