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Author Ji, Weiwei.

Title Exploring cross-cultural competence in East Asia [electronic resource] / Weiwei Ji.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

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Physical description 208 p. : 38 figures, 37.
Notes Electronic book text.
Epublication based on: 9781137363091, 2013.
Contents 1. Introduction to thesis 2. Boundary spanner choice and international assignment 3. Exploring boundary spanners' cross-cultural competence: preference, network and adjustment 4. Boundary spanner and network of Chinese firms in Japan 5. Impact of Headquarters' support on boundary spanners' competence creation 6. Working towards hybrid solutions: an joint-venture perspective 7. Creating boundary spanners' cross cultural competence through co-leadership 8. Discussion.
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Summary How could hybrid organizations and leaders improve effectiveness in order to increase the chances of success for their business organizations in East Asia? The author presents a theoretical framework and investigates the preferences and networkability in the corporate, market and living environment of expatriated managers in China and Japan. How do boundary-spanning organizations use their choices for leadership positions? How could hybrid organizations and leaders improve the effectiveness of those organizations in order to increase the chances of success for their business organizations in East Asia? How can we observe the best practices that could guide foreign managers to adjust in host business environment in East Asia? To answer these questions, the author presents a theoretical framework and investigates the preferences and networkability in the corporate, market and living environment of expatriated managers in China and Japan.
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History notes Weiwei Ji is Research Fellow at the School of International Studies, Jinan University, China. He received his PhD from Ritsumeikan University, Japan. His research interests include global managers' cross-cultural leadership capacities, networking activities, preference behaviours, Chinese business expansion in Japan and international business in China.
Subject International business enterprises -- Management -- East Asia.
Foreign executives -- East Asia.
International business -- East Asia, Far East.
Business strategy -- East Asia, Far East.
Business and Management.
ISBN 9781137363107 : £60.00
113736310X : £60.00