Cultural Values and the Internationalization of Business
The point has been made that the international enterprise is largely a creation of Western culture, subscribing to Western cultural values, the only substantial exception thus far being the Japanese version, and marginally the Taiwanese and Korean counterparts. Increasingly however such enterprises are moving into non-Western cultures (or non-Japanese cultures), and it is useful at this stage to consider some of the implications of this move.
KeywordsOrganizational Change Western Society Management Style Product Liability International Enterprise
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