International Management: Culture, Strategy, and Behavior reflect new and emerging developments influencing international managers. With integrated real-world examples, research, and practical applications, students understand how to adjust, adapt, and navigate the changing global business landscape and respond to global challenges-making it a market-leader.
The authors retain research and practices over the past decades, and incorporate new and emerging developments affecting international managers to increase students' effectiveness in managing across cultures.
The 11th edition has the following chapter distribution: environment (three chapters), culture (four chapters), strategy (four chapters), and organizational behavior/human resource management (three chapters).
Part One: Environmental Foundation
Chapter 1: Globalization and International Linkages
Chapter 2: The Political, Legal, and Technological Environment
Chapter 3: Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Sustainability
Part Two: The Role of Culture
Chapter 4: The Meanings and Dimensions of Culture
Chapter 5: Managing Across Cultures
Chapter 6: Organizational Cultures and Diversity
Chapter 7: Cross-Cultural and Negotiation
Part Three: International Strategic Management
Chapter 8: Strategy Formulation and Implementation
Chapter 9: Entry Strategies and Organizational Structures
Chapter 10: Managing Political Risk, Government Relations, and Alliances
Chapter 11: Management Decision and Control
Part Four: Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
Chapter 12: Motivation across Cultures
Chapter 13: Leadership across Cultures
Chapter 14: Human Resource Selection and Development across Cultures