The book is presented in two volumes. Volume 1 consists of case studies concerning different aspects of international management and intercultural communication in business, marketing and politics.
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Elizabeth Christopher is a cross cultural specialist with academic interests in international management, managing cultural diversity, communication across cultures, and online teaching and learning. She was an Adjunct Professor at Macquarie University, Sydney (2000-2010) and is now with Charles Sturt University (CSU), NSW. She remains a part-time Faculty member of the Honolulu-based Japan-American Institute of Management Science (JAIMS). Elizabeth is a member of ISAGA Outstanding Paper Award committee (International Simulation and Games Association); the Editorial Board of Simulation and Gaming: an International Journal of Theory, Practice, and Research (S&G), and a Chartered Fellow of the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI). Her awards include the Macquarie University (Sydney) LEAD award (2010) for research on the management of cultural differences in learning and teaching; and the Chartered Institute of Management (UK) Management Book of the Year Award.Review:
“Book explores and describes various dilemmas facing the managers and employees of organisations that operate across national and cultural boundaries. ... authorial bag of academics, practitioners, and cross-cultural specialists, while unusual, may prove to be the book’s strength. ... editor puts the cases descriptive information only after a longish explanation of the cases’ key issues and problems.” (William C. Frederick, wiiliamcfrederick.com, January, 2016)
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