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Japanese meeting style: cultural contrast with the West
 
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Cultural Competence in international joint project meetings. Clip shows Western, Japanese and Indonesian managers, in genuine joint project meeting in Indonesia. We ask the Japanese how such a meeting would be held in Japan: they describe a very different meeting style. This is a clip from a documentary training film on the skills of intercultural communication needed for global business management. What cultural competence and intelligence is needed to achieve optimum outcomes in meetings of multi-cultural teams? For information on the film or on training, visit http://www.cicd.uk.com
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Lecture - 13 Comparison of Japanese and American Management
 
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Lecture series on Concept of Management and Evolution of Management thought by Prof. K.B Akhilesh,Dept. of Management studies, IISc Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Management System of Japan
 
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Japanese style of management 1. Prepared by Andrews 2.  Self-Awareness, the Group, and Conformity  One of the most homogenous nations in the world  Strongly aware and proud of their country  High on fashion and technology  “Islander” mentality  Relationships take foremost priority, reflects in business too  Hard work is a given, not a exception 3. Japanese companies, like Japanese society, are hierarchically organized with individuals knowing their position within a group and with regard to each other 4.  Life time employment  Collective decision making 1] Ringi-sei - The circulation of consultative memorandums around a company in order to achieve consensus. 2]Information flow from the bottom of the company to the top. 3]Most policies originate at the mid-level management 4]Top Management plays only a “supervisory” and “encouraging” role.  Collective responsibility  Slow evaluation and promotion  Implicit control mechanisms  Non specialized career path  High self disciplined  Holistic concern for employee as a person 5.  Centralized management control  Strong head office/subsidiary manager interpersonal relations  Multiple locations Business strategy  Single product focus  Minimize costs of production  Maintain consistently high quality output at all factories through standardization of best work practices & procedures  Diversify market segments, geographic markets, & production location 6.  Qualified senior management  Low costs of production  Quality control  Diversified & strong market positions in established & growing markets  Good reputation – early leader in small motors  Good fit between organization structure & competitive environment 7.  Limited scope for continued expansion with existing managerial capacity  Relative difficulty in transferring Japanese management style across cultures  continued growth will be difficult; long term problem is new competitors allowed to establish themselves or if existing competitors were allowed to grow in strength 8. Hatvany and Pucik (1981) offer a model of Japanese management in which they define three interrelated strategies:  The authors assert that these general strategies are translated into specific management techniques including  Job rotation and slow promotion;  Evaluation of attributes and behavior;  Emphasis on work groups;  Open communication;  Consultative decision making; and concern for employee. 9.  Fully satisfaction of customer’s needs  Achieve employee's fulfillment  Slow and careful way of implementing  Willingness to any activity if necessary  Zero-defect theory o “Rom was not built in a day” approach 10. Belief: Japanese management system is so unique that it cannot be easily transferred overseas because these processes of management are culture bound 11. STRENGHTS: - Closer relationships - Non-competition among employees - Consensus decision making WEAKNESSES: - Slow promotion system - High training costs - No motivation OPPORTUNITIES: - Prefering personality to education - Challenge in time of crisis - Tom Bata’s rotating system THREATS: - Scope of company - Nature of work - Cultural differences 12.  High wages based on seniority (including substantial bonuses)  Structured managerial career paths  Employment security (for regular employees)  Company-sponsored welfare systems (I.e. subsidized housing, recreational facilities, etc.)  Wide involvement of middle management in decision making 13. lean management is the development of the problem solving capabilities of the entire workforce allocating specific categories of problems to each layer of the organization. leader is less focused on problem solving, high focus on building problem solving muscle of the workforce 14. 1. Eliminate waste 2. Minimize inventory 3. Maximize flow 4. Pull production from customer demand 5. Meet customer requirements 6. Do it right the first time 7. Empower workers 8. Design for rapid changeover 9. Partner with suppliers 10. Create a culture of continuous improvement (Kaizen) 15. The operations or production management practices of Japans companies has some specific characteristics quite different from traditional or western management system.  Just in time system  Subcontracting  Quality control  Kaizen approach
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Lecture - 12 Japanese Management
 
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Lecture series on Concept of Management and Evolution of Management thought by Prof. K.B Akhilesh,Dept. of Management studies, IISc Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Japanese boss (Yamashita) VS American Manager (Michelle)
 
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Cross Cultural Management [Negotiation & Global Partnership, Law, Ethics & Social Control]
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Eastern and Western Management Styles
 
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Extract from a lecture at Yokohama City University, 14th October 2016
Difference in Indian and Western Management Style | Indian Business Culture
 
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Understanding-Indian-Culture-Bridging-Communication-ebook/dp/B00DPLHUCW This video is by Subodh Gupta, author, trainer and consultant and he explain the main difference between Indian and the Western management style. Udi Udi Jaye Song Raees Shah Rukh Khan & Mahira Khan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDgewtqml9c Brexit Documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_EVhfvHLU0
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East-West Management - Management in Chinese Cultures (3/6)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/money-management --- Asian companies are less hierarchical and therefore have better agility to compete in global market. (Part 3 of 6) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL57012967E01DA09D Transcript link - http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/b822-management-chinese-cultures/transcript/b822.04chinese4.pdf --- For more information about East-West management visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/b822.htm
awkward American and Chinese meeting
 
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A short funny video from a school project showing cultural differences. Team mates are obviously speaking Mandarin/Cantonese. It's a joke. Awkward meeting between short-term oriented North Americans trying to do business with long-term Relationship building oriented Asians. lots of other cross cultural blunders like writing on business cards, touching, surprise gifts which Japanese business people do not approve of. Enjoy ! =P
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Japan’s challenges & opportunities: Eastern and Western perspectives
 
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Want to build your knowledge about the challenges and opportunities of Japan? And hear from both the western and Japanese viewpoints? Join IMD business school’s signature program Orchestrating Winning Performance to get insights into Japan today and tomorrow and 20+ other hot business topics. OWP Singapore, November 19-23, 2018. Discover more at https://www.imd.org/owp/business-management-courses/
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5 Reasons Why The Japanese Are So Polite
 
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Politeness is a typical characteristic of the Japanese that other people admire, and here are five possible reasons why.
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Comparing Japanese and American Culture w/ Hofstede
 
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Geert Hofstede’sCultural Dimensions used in a comparison of Japanese and American culture. These two cultures score so very differently and are great examples of how these dimensions can sometimes work well to measure cultural aspects of a society. Creator: http://erichawkinson.com
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Confucian Values - Management in Chinese Cultures (4/6)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/money-management --- How Chinese cultures emphasize group benefits and working towards a common goal. (Part 4 of 6) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL57012967E01DA09D --- For more information about Confucian values visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/b822.htm
Western Management
 
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What it's Like Working In Japan | "Short" Version
 
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I've never worked in Japan. I mean I work in Japan, but I work from my home and have never needed Japanese language or workplace skills. But I do know people who have, so I set up interviews with 8 of them to see what their experiences were like. All of them worked in the "real" Japanese workplace, from small, modern companies to big traditional ones. Or in other words, they worked jobs that didn't involve teaching English. They needed to be proficient in the Japanese language and business culture. All the interviewees speak English, have lived outside of Japan for some period of time, and have university degrees. So these are not your typical Japanese workers, let's just be ultra clear on that. But I think they do help give insight into what it's like working in Japan and how it compares to working in a global or Western workplace. This is the short version of the interviews. For the hour long version please check it out at https://youtu.be/qrWkgVu2MHo **CORRECTION: It's illegal to not pay overtime, even for full-time employees. There can be some exceptions for management. So I was wrong in saying that full-time employees don't typically get paid overtime. Sorry for the screw up. Special thanks to all those that all the interviewees that let me barrage them with questions. A big thanks to all my Patrons who supported this doc. Become one and get things like early access, deleted scenes, and updates https://www.patreon.com/lifewhereimfrom. Interviewees that are on YouTube: → That Japanese Man Yuta (Yuta) https://www.youtube.com/c/thatjapanesemanyuta → InternationallyMe (Angela) https://www.youtube.com/c/internationallyme → Chris Okano https://www.youtube.com/c/okanochris → IvyChuChuTrain (Ivy) https://www.youtube.com/c/ivychuchutrain → Daichi https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5_2GKFStcdxzz4J8odGQSw Media Sources → Wakakozake → Kantaro the Sweet Tooth Salaryman → Love that makes you cry (いつかこの恋を思い出してきっと泣いてしまう) → Tokyo's Women Campaign (東京女子図鑑) → At Home Dad (アットホーム・ダッド) → The Big Short → That 70's Show → Boyz II Men - It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday Website Post → http://bit.ly/LWIFEP98 Video Gear I Use 📷 Camera: http://amzn.to/2C1Ufsw 📷 Wide Lens: http://amzn.to/2BcJCGJ 📷 Prime Lens: http://amzn.to/2C2LEpt 🎤 Microphone: http://amzn.to/2BJi114 📺 Monitor: http://amzn.to/2E8XzUI 📷 All the rest: https://kit.com/lifewhereimfrom/youtube-filming-gear Connect 🗲Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lifewhereimfrom 🗲Life Where I'm From X Channel: http://bit.ly/ytlwifx 🗲Website: http://www.lifewhereimfrom.com 🗲Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lifewhereimfrom 🗲Instagram: https://instagram.com/lifewhereimfrom 🗲Twitter: https://twitter.com/lifewhereimfrom Music by Epidemic Sound http://www.epidemicsound.com/
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Cross Cultural Management : Leadership Styles
 
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This is an assignment for our Cross Cultural Management module. This topic includes Culture and the 6 Global Leadership Dimensions under leadership. Materials used in this video are strictly for educational purpose. No hidden agendas. Thanks for watching! P.S I guess I will react the same as Craigery Morgan if he actually viewed this video. HAHA :P
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Japan Management 5630
 
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Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Question : 1) Discuss the topicalities of Chinese Industrial system vis-à-vis the Western/global Industrial system. 2) Where does the Chinese system fault? 3) Is over production and mis-match in marketing leads to poor prices of Chinese products in the International market? 4) If you are offered, views as a top consultant, what would you like to suggest the Chinese Government and industry. Give your reasons. Questions 1. What is the difference between American production policy and Japanese production policy? 2. Where the Japanese Excel? 3. In quality control of Toyota what do you observe? 4. Can Japanese, be really leader in auto production and marketing, all over the world? Justify your moves. QUESTIONS 1. Describe the ways in which international business has an impact on your life. 2. Pick an Indian corporation with which you are familiar and analyze the reasons why it might be motivated to expand its internationalism. 3. What sorts of adjustments might McDonald’s have to make in its operations in India? 4. What do you believe India must do to improve its international competitiveness? 5. How do you perceive your managerial career will have an impact by the phenomenon of international business? QUESTIONS: 1. Describe some recent changes in your life or in your community that reflects the world’s shift from the West to the East. 2. What factors would you suggest are behind the shift from the West to the East? 3. Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style? 4. Describe the business-government ties that result in Japanese trade barriers. 5. Which of the Four Tigers of Asia do you believe has the greatest potential for long-term economic growth? Why? 6. What must China do to realise the magnitude of economic success earned by the Japanese? 7. Outside of Singapore, which of the other ASEAN nations holds potential for economic success? Why? Case -5 (10 Marks) 1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization? 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a bureaucratic organisation? 3. How does downsizing make firms more competitive in the global arena? 4. Compare and contrast bureaucratic control with clan control. Which is better? 5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of budgeting? 6. How can a manager make control systems more effective? Political Risk Assessment and Euro Disney QUESTIONS 1. Describe the major conflicts that arise between the host country and the MNC. 2. Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC. 3. What role does ideology play in the manifestation of political risk? 4. Evaluate both the good and bad features of international law as it impacts international business. 5. Speculate the main reasons behind the various forms of host country intervention? 6. Give recent examples of international situations in which MNCs have been at severe risk due to host country Instability? 7. Review the various forms of protection from political risk that are available to MNCs? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Cultural difference in business | Valerie Hoeks | TEDxHaarlem
 
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. One of the elements of the cultural difference between Europe and China is the importance that is given to relationships. In the West you would assume the importance to be the same, but there is a significant distinction. In China connections with the right people help you to get things done, to survive and to succeed. Whereas in the West content is predominant, in China the way people interact with each other strongly influences the working environment. 'Face' and long-term effects are taken into consideration. Valérie Hoeks (1982) studied Sinology at the Leiden University and has been active in China for over a decade as a traveller, a student and later as an entrepreneur. As soon as she set foot on Chinese soil she knew she would come back many times. In 2010 Valérie co-founded China Inroads in collaboration with with her Dutch and Chinese business partner. China Inroads provides a strong foothold for innovative companies that want to expand their business to the Chinese market. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Management styles
 
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http://tutor2u.com-new-online-offer.info/managementstyles -Management styles
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Similarities and differences between Japanese and Indian culture and life style
 
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check this video to findout #similarities and #differences between #japan and #india. #learn #japanese #explore #japan www.experience-japan.in www.facebook.com/experiencejapan11 ph.: +91-8199989876
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Organisational Creativity - Management in Chinese Cultures (5/6)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/money-management --- The differences between Asian and Western workers when finding routes into creativity. (Part 5 of 6) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL57012967E01DA09D Transcript link - http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/b822-management-chinese-cultures/transcript/b822.04chinese5.pdf --- For more information about organisational creativity visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/b822.htm
Indian Management Model
 
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Indian Management Model
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Work and Culture - South Asian Manager
 
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South Asian Manager has a more hierarchical management style compared to Canadian management style.
A Japanese Method to Develop Creativity in Kids
 
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Japanese people are known for their intelligence, politeness, and wellness. Why is this nation so unique and different from the rest of the world? It seems we’ve found the answer – they have an incredibly cool education system and unique teaching methods! There is a unique method in Japanese schools for developing creativity in kids. We believe that the whole world needs to adopt it! It’s called “Nameless paints.” In this video, we'll tell you how it works. Watch till the end – there is a small but brilliant bonus for you. Other videos you might like: 15 Examples of Japanese Etiquette That Will Drive You Crazy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SR-H7yr9Ceo& Why Japanese Are So Thin According to Science https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxsnYsA549Y& 8 Japanese Parenting Rules All Kids Need https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_gnpIs8qMo& TIMESTAMPS: “Nameless paints” 0:34 Manners before knowledge 2:58 The academic year starts on April 1st 3:33 Students clean their school themselves 4:18 School lunch is provided on a standardized menu 4:59 After-school workshops are very popular 5:32 Students learn Japanese calligraphy and poetry 6:15 Students have to wear school uniform 6:50 The school attendance rate is about 99.99% 7:23 A single test decides the students’ futures 7:55 College years are the best ’holidays’ in life 8:32 SUMMARY: - “Nameless paints” includes ten tubes that don’t have color names such as “yellow,” “blue,” or “green.” Instead, there are only spots of a particular color or colors on each tube. As you can see, the spots are also different sizes. - In Japanese schools, students don’t take any exams until they reach grade four (the age of 10). The goal for the first three years of school is not to judge the child’s knowledge, but to establish good manners and to develop their character. - While most schools in the world begin their academic year in September or October, in Japan, it is April that marks the start of the academic and business calendar. The first day of school often coincides with one of the most beautiful natural phenomena — the time of cherry blossom. - In Japanese schools, students have to clean the classrooms, cafeterias, and even toilets all by themselves. Most Japanese schools do not employ janitors or custodians. - All classmates eat in their classroom together with the teacher. This helps build positive teacher-student relationships. - To get into a good junior high school, most Japanese students enter a preparatory school or attend private after-school workshops. - Japanese calligraphy, or Shodo, involves dipping a bamboo brush in ink and using it to write hieroglyphs on rice paper. - While some schools have their attire, traditional Japanese school uniform consists of a military style for boys and a sailor outfit for girls. - At the end of high school, Japanese students have to take an exam that determines their future. A student can choose one college they would like to go to, and that college has a particular score requirement. - Having gone through ‘examination hell,’ Japanese students usually take a little break. In this country, college is often considered the best years of a person’s life. Sometimes, Japanese people call this period a ‘vacation’ before work. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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"Tension management" to control tense situations in organizations : Eisuke Yoshida
 
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At Keio University, Professor Eisuke Yoshida, in the Faculty of Business and Commerce, does research primarily on how management accounting systems affect organizational change. In this field right now, Professor Yoshida is concentrating on research called "tension management": How to manage tension situations in organizations. Q. "Tension management is a relatively new topic. It's only very recently, during the last few years, that this subject has received researchers' attention, both in and outside Japan. To be more specific, for example, in Western businesses, managers such as section chiefs and general managers, or those at higher levels, commit to meeting performance targets. Initially, managers pledge to meet a performance target, which may concern the next month, the next year, how much revenue to attain, or what profit margin to achieve. And they take responsibility for whether their results achieve the target. That's the usual management style in Western businesses." In many Western businesses, targets are set at generally achievable levels. It's been considered that targets like that inspire members of the organization to meet challenges. Such targets also improve motivation, and give plenty of priority to planning and control. By contrast, Japanese businesses set tough targets that are hard to achieve. Reports on surveys show that failing to achieve targets has become the norm in Japan. Q. "So, Western and Japanese management styles are quite different. You might ask: What's the significance of the Japanese management style? I've already been considering that for about ten years. And recently, it occurred to me that the situation of 'not reachting targets' continues for a long time. When I considered whether that fact itself had any significance, I thought that the tough situation where targets fail to be achieved is precisely what works, by creating a contest in the organization. It's a state of tension, or a tension situation. During the last few years, it's occurred to me that there may be some function in creating that kind of tension situation in organizations." Tension management is said to affect, not only results regarding targets, but also the organizational context itself. Providing an advanced theoretical framework for tension management, based on detailed case studies and experimental research, apparently yields many contributions and ripple effects. Q. "Regarding whether a performance target is high or low, rather than saying high is good or low is questionable, what I currently think is that each organization has a strategic intention -- the intention to strategically make the organization a certain way. On the other hand, an organization contains lots of people. There's a context in the organization, involving the organizational culture, customs, and tendencies those people create. I think the most efficient, effective way of creating such tension varies depending on the strategic intention and the people. So, rather than a single optimal solution, I think the appropriate form of tension management depends on what kind of strategic intention the organization has, and what sort of organizational context is currently occurring. In this regard, I think we may be able to develop a certain level of theoretical framework for tension management, without it taking that much time."
Cross Cultural Management - Product Advertising Project (Japan Product)
 
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Binusian 2020 International Marketing LA23 - Cross Cultural Management 1. Angel Lorenz - 2001555635 2. Happy Meyliana Rosalie - 2001564961 3. Livia Sumarta - 2001575984
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KAIZEN - jAPANESE MANAGEMENT TOOL -2
 
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KAIZEN, PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, TRANSFORMATION SPEAKER- SANDIP BHANOSE, MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
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Japanese Business Etiquette
 
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This is group project for class MGT363 Human Resource Management
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French and German management styles : practical case study (multicultural management)
 
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Practical case study : differences between French and German management styles Managers have to perform many roles in an organization and how they handle various situations will depend on their style of management. This video shows a practical case study : 2 teams have to build a sugar tower in 15 minutes : the highest wins. Goal of the experiment is to find out the working differences in both countries and the different management styles in each team. Let's start with the French team. It is interesting to notice that every team member spontaneously starts building his own tower, while the manager is supervising the situation.

For the French, feeling the situation is more important than caring about technical details. In France, hierarchy is very important, therefore the French manager is clearly the leader. He dispatches the work and gives the main directions. 
In this scene, we notice the role of humour : the manager knows to be very strict, but he is also able to make the atmosphere less tense. Here, we can see what can be considered as a typical sign for French intelligence : the manager does fair comments and gives useful advices, then he lets the others work. Another caracteristic of the French manager is his charisma : he motivates the team through rhetorical speeches, because he has a goal ahead and he is determined to win. The emotional link with the project is very strong. But he is also selfish and bossy. This is commonly called autocratic management : the manager makes all decisions unilaterally and everyone has to obey, because he knows better. Here, the French manager is mocking the German team. This is a weakness of the French manager, you might say. Too much selfconfidence make him proclaim 'he won' as soon as he feels superior to the opponent. The French manager doesn't fear risks and improvisation : the solution is not only useful, it is original, creative, there must always be a little spice. 85 cm Let's go on with the German team. 
First, it is striking that right from the outset, the approach is very different. Before starting building anything, the team debates on how the tower should be built : for the German Manager, priority is to find a concept. He is in charge of the planning, which is of paramount importance, because the German manager always wants as less risk as possible. Therefore, every single detail has to be precisely considered. Now that they have the plan, the construction itself can begin. The precise planning enables the German to be very efficient and confident : they cannot easily be disconcerted. Even if in comparison to the French, there is not such a strict bareer between the boss on the one hand, and the subordinates on the other hand, the German manager remains the most competent team member ; he is THE expert. Whereas the French Manager uses an autocratic style, the German uses a permissive one. He gives his subordinates a certain degree of autonomy in completing their work and also permits them to take part in decision making. Indeed, the German not only work together, they also take decisions together. There is a real team spirit, fostered by the German manager, who listens carefully to every team member. Every decision is discussed within the team. This permanent discussing would surely drive a French manager crazy. It enables any team member to give his point of view, but it also makes the whole decision process very slow, so it can be both considered as a strength or a weakness. The two management styles have both their strengths and weaknesses. The strength of the German manager is his commitment to achieving a goal that has been planned in advance, and if no unexpected interference comes, he will get there. The strength of the French manager is to achieve many impossible things with his enthusiasm and emotional identification with the project. In spite of the geographical closeness of the two countries, the management styles appear to be very different. This stresses the importance of taking in account cultural backgrounds when managing multicultural teams. Video by DI-Productions for BigDjCorp, inspired by 'Passe-Partout' Copyright (C) 2012
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East Asian Management class 06 Chinese Mgmt CSE  EAM  ProfessorSeanWatts@gmail.com
 
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East Asian Management Class EAM [email protected] Key words: International Management, East West Comparisons, Sun Tzu, Art of War, Guanxi, Social Capital, Chinese Management, Korean and Japanese Management, Korean Management, Trends in Asia, Social Media, Internet Growth & penetration, Made in China and Impact on Asian Neighbours, Negotiation Styles & Tactics For Info, lecturing or consulting: Dr. Sean Watts, PhD, GXMBA, MBA, BSc [email protected] -In N. America [email protected] - In Australia and Vietnam /SE Asia [email protected] - In Korea https://www.Facebook.com/WattsSean https://kr.Linkedin.com/in/WattsS National: Canada Main Topics: Intro to Management, East West Comparisons, – video EBS East West & 2MM Documentaries Sun Tzu - Art of War – video Discovery Channel Guanxi – article on Social Capital Chinese (Management, Overseas, State Owned Enterprise, etc) Korea and Japanese Mgmt: Government and Business in Korea and Japanese Large Korean and Japanese Corporations Japanese Management Korean Management Japanese Distribution Trends in Asia MIS, ERP, On-line activities, Social Media, Internet Growth & penetration, Made in China and Impact on Asian Neighbours Negotiation Styles & Tactics East Asian Management Class 01 EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/59W_0XL0iSQ East Asian Management Class 02 EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/g3ulj-_8K7Y East Asian Management Class 03 Art of War EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/pcbvrXDni8o East Asian Management Class 04 Guanxi Networking EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/oXTaJ7SbxOo East Asian Management Class 05 Overseas Chinese and Family Biz EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/VjnNDxFGR7s East Asian Management class 06 Chinese Mgmt CSE EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/9lFyBUgaJsQ East Asian Management Class 07 Mgmt Trends Tech and Future EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/qSLENPsEpWQ East Asian Management Class 08 Mgmt in Korea and Japan [email protected] https://youtu.be/fdgApDCu4pY East Asian Management Class 08 Mgmt in Korea and Japan EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/GU4otNpx4eU East Asian Management Class 09 Negotiation in Asia EAM [email protected] https://youtu.be/h_E4xWifFc0 General Motivation changes based on peoples values. Pioneer: Abraham Maslow and Motivation Maslow’s Theory -Hierarchy of Needs: Hawthorne Studies Herzberg’s Theory of Job Satisfaction Hygiene and Motivational Factors McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y and Motivation Theory Z Korea, Japan, China, Singapore, etc all have different management requirements. It is therefore vital to know: Culture, SRC, & Ethnocentrism: Hofstede’s Classifications of National Culture Ask about Managerial Guidelines for Cross-Cultural Success Biography - Qualifications: Sean is interested in various aspects of development (thus his move from the Americas to the more rapidly developing Asia), from cross cultural management, to marketing and social media analytics differences between countries, to online learning, such as with Open Educational Resources (OER) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Sean is also interested in helping both corporations, and thus consults various organizations from huge multinational corporations, to individual entrepreneurial businesses. He was honoured to help a team grow Applied Materials (the world’s largest semiconductor, computer chip manufacturer) from about $200 million to $1.08 Billion within one year. He also regularly helps individuals develop out of poverty by developing new businesses and entrepreneurial programs, and helped groups in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya (one of the world’s poorest slums) in 2014, and helped groups and rebuilt schools in Nepal after the 2015 earthquake. Sean is interested in developing organizations and individuals in Vietnam. As Sean was the first non-Korean to establish a foreign run and solely foreign owned business in Korea (which grew to become one of the top 10 businesses in its field). The Seoul Metro Government made him an advisor and lecturer for an incubator - the New Business Start-Up Program by the Seoul Global Center. He does the same work for and advises other organizations, such as the Korean Ministry of Justice. Personally, Sean is interested in investments, modern training & education, real estate, especially rental and investment properties. Publications: Several books and articles are available (with SCI, peer reviewed, journals with 2 year citations' impact factors up to 12.406). Sean had 75 publications as of early 2017. Contact me to discuss details. Dr. Sean Watts, PhD, GXMBA, MBA, BSc [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] National: Canada https://www.Facebook.com/WattsSean https://kr.Linkedin.com/in/WattsS
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What is European management? Andreas KAPLAN - WikiStage ESCP Europe
 
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"Europe can be described as embracing maximum cultural diversity at minimum geographical distances and this cross-cultural component definitely needs to be integrated in the definition for European management" "The societal notion of the welfare state it's more pronounced in most European countries than in many other regions of the world" "The European manager needs to be adaptable for different social contexts due to different social, legal, political, economic, realities persisting Europe" Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/en/videos/HL05wqnCnwTv/
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Asian versus Western Management Thinking: A book by Kimio Kase, Yingying Zhang and Alesia Slocum
 
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Asians and Westerners often approach business problems from different angles. The richest solutions come when ideas are challenged or questioned by people who have a different perspective. This book illustrates the value of accepting diverging ideas as a fact of life that can be used to enhance the world in which we all live and work.
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Question : 1) Discuss the topicalities of Chinese Industrial system vis-à-vis the Western/global Industrial system. 2) Where does the Chinese system fault? 3) Is over production and mis-match in marketing leads to poor prices of Chinese products in the International market? 4) If you are offered, views as a top consultant, what would you like to suggest the Chinese Government and industry. Give your reasons. Questions 1. What is the difference between American production policy and Japanese production policy? 2. Where the Japanese Excel? 3. In quality control of Toyota what do you observe? 4. Can Japanese, be really leader in auto production and marketing, all over the world? Justify your moves. QUESTIONS 1. Describe the ways in which international business has an impact on your life. 2. Pick an Indian corporation with which you are familiar and analyze the reasons why it might be motivated to expand its internationalism. 3. What sorts of adjustments might McDonald’s have to make in its operations in India? 4. What do you believe India must do to improve its international competitiveness? 5. How do you perceive your managerial career will have an impact by the phenomenon of international business? QUESTIONS: 1. Describe some recent changes in your life or in your community that reflects the world’s shift from the West to the East. 2. What factors would you suggest are behind the shift from the West to the East? 3. Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style? 4. Describe the business-government ties that result in Japanese trade barriers. 5. Which of the Four Tigers of Asia do you believe has the greatest potential for long-term economic growth? Why? 6. What must China do to realise the magnitude of economic success earned by the Japanese? 7. Outside of Singapore, which of the other ASEAN nations holds potential for economic success? Why? Case -5 (10 Marks) 1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization? 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a bureaucratic organisation? 3. How does downsizing make firms more competitive in the global arena? 4. Compare and contrast bureaucratic control with clan control. Which is better? 5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of budgeting? 6. How can a manager make control systems more effective? Political Risk Assessment and Euro Disney QUESTIONS 1. Describe the major conflicts that arise between the host country and the MNC. 2. Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC. 3. What role does ideology play in the manifestation of political risk? 4. Evaluate both the good and bad features of international law as it impacts international business. 5. Speculate the main reasons behind the various forms of host country intervention? 6. Give recent examples of international situations in which MNCs have been at severe risk due to host country Instability? 7. Review the various forms of protection from political risk that are available to MNCs? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Sitara: Indian Management Style - Capturing Hearts and Minds Case Solution
 
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A guide to Japanese business culture
 
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Hi Japan 2019: what is it like to do business in Japan?
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In quality control of Toyota what do you observe
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Question : 1) Discuss the topicalities of Chinese Industrial system vis-à-vis the Western/global Industrial system. 2) Where does the Chinese system fault? 3) Is over production and mis-match in marketing leads to poor prices of Chinese products in the International market? 4) If you are offered, views as a top consultant, what would you like to suggest the Chinese Government and industry. Give your reasons. Questions 1. What is the difference between American production policy and Japanese production policy? 2. Where the Japanese Excel? 3. In quality control of Toyota what do you observe? 4. Can Japanese, be really leader in auto production and marketing, all over the world? Justify your moves. QUESTIONS 1. Describe the ways in which international business has an impact on your life. 2. Pick an Indian corporation with which you are familiar and analyse the reasons why it might be motivated to expand its internationalism. 3. What sorts of adjustments might McDonald’s have to make in its operations in India? 4. What do you believe India must do to improve its international competitiveness? 5. How do you perceive your managerial career will have an impact by the phenomenon of international business? QUESTIONS: 1. Describe some recent changes in your life or in your community that reflects the world’s shift from the West to the East. 2. What factors would you suggest are behind the shift from the West to the East? 3. Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style? 4. Describe the business-government ties that result in Japanese trade barriers. 5. Which of the Four Tigers of Asia do you believe has the greatest potential for long-term economic growth? Why? 6. What must China do to realise the magnitude of economic success earned by the Japanese? 7. Outside of Singapore, which of the other ASEAN nations holds potential for economic success? Why? Case -5 (10 Marks) 1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization? 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a bureaucratic organisation? 3. How does downsizing make firms more competitive in the global arena? 4. Compare and contrast bureaucratic control with clan control. Which is better? 5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of budgeting? 6. How can a manager make control systems more effective? Political Risk Assessment and Euro Disney QUESTIONS 1. Describe the major conflicts that arise between the host country and the MNC. 2. Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC. 3. What role does ideology play in the manifestation of political risk? 4. Evaluate both the good and bad features of international law as it impacts international business. 5. Speculate the main reasons behind the various forms of host country intervention? 6. Give recent examples of international situations in which MNCs have been at severe risk due to host country Instability? 7. Review the various forms of protection from political risk that are available to MNCs? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Japan's Business Culture
 
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Japan's Business Culture
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Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Question : 1) Discuss the topicalities of Chinese Industrial system vis-à-vis the Western/global Industrial system. 2) Where does the Chinese system fault? 3) Is over production and mis-match in marketing leads to poor prices of Chinese products in the International market? 4) If you are offered, views as a top consultant, what would you like to suggest the Chinese Government and industry. Give your reasons. Questions 1. What is the difference between American production policy and Japanese production policy? 2. Where the Japanese Excel? 3. In quality control of Toyota what do you observe? 4. Can Japanese, be really leader in auto production and marketing, all over the world? Justify your moves. QUESTIONS 1. Describe the ways in which international business has an impact on your life. 2. Pick an Indian corporation with which you are familiar and analyze the reasons why it might be motivated to expand its internationalism. 3. What sorts of adjustments might McDonald’s have to make in its operations in India? 4. What do you believe India must do to improve its international competitiveness? 5. How do you perceive your managerial career will have an impact by the phenomenon of international business? QUESTIONS: 1. Describe some recent changes in your life or in your community that reflects the world’s shift from the West to the East. 2. What factors would you suggest are behind the shift from the West to the East? 3. Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style? 4. Describe the business-government ties that result in Japanese trade barriers. 5. Which of the Four Tigers of Asia do you believe has the greatest potential for long-term economic growth? Why? 6. What must China do to realise the magnitude of economic success earned by the Japanese? 7. Outside of Singapore, which of the other ASEAN nations holds potential for economic success? Why? Case -5 (10 Marks) 1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization? 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a bureaucratic organization? 3. How does downsizing make firms more competitive in the global arena? 4. Compare and contrast bureaucratic control with clan control. Which is better? 5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of budgeting? 6. How can a manager make control systems more effective? Political Risk Assessment and Euro Disney QUESTIONS 1. Describe the major conflicts that arise between the host country and the MNC. 2. Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC. 3. What role does ideology play in the manifestation of political risk? 4. Evaluate both the good and bad features of international law as it impacts international business. 5. Speculate the main reasons behind the various forms of host country intervention? 6. Give recent examples of international situations in which MNCs have been at severe risk due to host country Instability? 7. Review the various forms of protection from political risk that are available to MNCs? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Discuss the typicality’s of Chinese Industrial system vis à vis the Western global Industrial system
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Zhuhai of Shanghai Question : 1) Discuss the typicality’s of Chinese Industrial system vis-à-vis the Western/global Industrial system. 2) Where does the Chinese system fault? 3) Is over production and mis-match in marketing leads to poor prices of Chinese products in the International market? 4) If you are offered, views as a top consultant, what would you like to suggest the Chinese Government And industry. Give your reasons. Case-2 (20 Marks) Toyota Comes to Georgetown Questions 1. What is the difference between American production policy and Japanese production policy? 2. Where the Japanese Excel? 3. In quality control of Toyota what do you observe? 4. Can Japanese, be really leader in auto production and marketing, all over the world? Justify your moves. Group B Case -3 (10 Marks) How to Win at Westinghouse QUESTIONS 1. Describe the ways in which international business has an impact on your life. 2. Pick an Indian corporation with which you are familiar and analyse the reasons why it might be motivated to expand its internationalism. 3. What sorts of adjustments might McDonald’s have to make in its operations in India? 4. What do you believe India must do to improve its international competitiveness? 5. How do you perceive your managerial career will have an impact by the phenomenon of international business? Case-4 (10 Marks) Doing Business with the East—Motorola Style QUESTIONS: 1. Describe some recent changes in your life or in your community that reflects the world’s shift from the West to the East. 2. What factors would you suggest are behind the shift from the West to the East? 3. Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style? 4. Describe the business-government ties that result in Japanese trade barriers. 5. Which of the Four Tigers of Asia do you believe has the greatest potential for long-term economic growth? Why? 6. What must China do to realize the magnitude of economic success earned by the Japanese? 7. Outside of Singapore, which of the other ASEAN nations holds potential for economic success? Why? Case -5 (10 Marks) Winning with Bureaucracy at McDonald’s QUESTIONS (any 5) 1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization? 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a bureaucratic organisation? 3. How does downsizing make firms more competitive in the global arena? 4. Compare and contrast bureaucratic control with clan control. Which is better? 5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of budgeting? 6. How can a manager make control systems more effective? CASE 6: Political Risk Assessment and Euro Disney QUESTIONS 1. Describe the major conflicts that arise between the host country and the MNC. 2. Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC. 3. What role does ideology play in the manifestation of political risk? 4. Evaluate both the good and bad features of international law as it impacts international business. 5. Speculate the main reasons behind the various forms of host country intervention? 6. Give recent examples of international situations in which MNCs have been at severe risk due to host Country Instability? 7. Review the various forms of protection from political risk that are available to MNCs? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT - Describe the business government ties that result in Japanese
 
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Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Question : 1) Discuss the topicalities of Chinese Industrial system vis-à-vis the Western/global Industrial system. 2) Where does the Chinese system fault? 3) Is over production and mis-match in marketing leads to poor prices of Chinese products in the International market? 4) If you are offered, views as a top consultant, what would you like to suggest the Chinese Government and industry. Give your reasons. Questions 1. What is the difference between American production policy and Japanese production policy? 2. Where the Japanese Excel? 3. In quality control of Toyota what do you observe? 4. Can Japanese, be really leader in auto production and marketing, all over the world? Justify your moves. QUESTIONS 1. Describe the ways in which international business has an impact on your life. 2. Pick an Indian corporation with which you are familiar and analyze the reasons why it might be motivated to expand its internationalism. 3. What sorts of adjustments might McDonald’s have to make in its operations in India? 4. What do you believe India must do to improve its international competitiveness? 5. How do you perceive your managerial career will have an impact by the phenomenon of international business? QUESTIONS: 1. Describe some recent changes in your life or in your community that reflects the world’s shift from the West to the East. 2. What factors would you suggest are behind the shift from the West to the East? 3. Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese culture, or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style? 4. Describe the business-government ties that result in Japanese trade barriers. 5. Which of the Four Tigers of Asia do you believe has the greatest potential for long-term economic growth? Why? 6. What must China do to realise the magnitude of economic success earned by the Japanese? 7. Outside of Singapore, which of the other ASEAN nations holds potential for economic success? Why? Case -5 (10 Marks) 1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of departmentalization? 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a bureaucratic organisation? 3. How does downsizing make firms more competitive in the global arena? 4. Compare and contrast bureaucratic control with clan control. Which is better? 5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of budgeting? 6. How can a manager make control systems more effective? Political Risk Assessment and Euro Disney QUESTIONS 1. Describe the major conflicts that arise between the host country and the MNC. 2. Discuss the major conflicts that arise between the home country and the MNC. 3. What role does ideology play in the manifestation of political risk? 4. Evaluate both the good and bad features of international law as it impacts international business. 5. Speculate the main reasons behind the various forms of host country intervention? 6. Give recent examples of international situations in which MNCs have been at severe risk due to host country Instability? 7. Review the various forms of protection from political risk that are available to MNCs? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
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