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- KurzbeschreibungIn today s global economy, when U.S. corporations <br>expand abroad they usually bring with them <br>management practices ingrained in U.S. <br>culture and management theory. Literature has <br>indicated that often these management practices do <br>not transfer well to foreign locations, undermining <br>effectiveness and productivity. <br>Values are a central component of culture. Work <br>values are a special component of the overall value <br>system, which, in turn, is reflective of the <br>national culture. This study compared the work <br>values of workers from Poland, Mexico, and the <br>United States. The participants were local-national <br>employees of a U.S.-based multi-national <br>corporation. The Survey of Work Values was deployed, <br>and the means were compared. <br>The results confirmed significant differences on <br>five out of six scales of the survey.Based on the <br>findings, recommendations for managers and leaders <br>of U.S.-based multinational corporations are <br>presented. This study supports the premise that <br>traditional ways of managing local workforces in <br>foreign locations may benefit from adjustments to <br>account for the local national culture and specific <br>work values typical to it.
- AutorAgata Dulnik
- Seiten224 Seiten
- Gewicht350 g
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