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A comprehensive assessment of Korea`s efforts to become a global economic powerhouse, and the challenges it faces in today`s increasingly competitive environment. In-depth profiles are provided of Samsung, Hyundai, Daewoo, Lucky Goldstar, and other companies. Printed Pages: 272. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 73052
Inhaltsangabe: In the 1960s, Korea embarked on an ambitious program of economic development. By the 1980s, the pace of development had accelerated, and Korean companies were beginning to shed their reputation as second-rate, low-tech producers. In the 1990s, strategies of technological and managerial innovation were officially codified by President Kim as Segyehwa, loosely translated as "globalization, " but more generally understood by Koreans as a philosophy and mission to achieve global status in politics, business, education, communications, technology, and the arts. In this book, the authors trace the evolution of Korea's globalization movement and assess the prospects for Korean competitiveness in the future. Despite tremendous advances over the past three decades, Korean enterprises face considerable challenges if they intend to sustain a competitive edge in the global marketplace. The authors identify seven key challenges in the areas of industrial policy, technological innovation, management practice, organizational design, entrepreneurship, and human resource investment. The authors explore the relationships among national culture, management practice, and government policy.
From the Back Cover: This Book Presents a comprehensive look at Korea's business culture, its efforts to become a more pivotal player in the global economy, and the challenges that lie ahead for Korean businesses and their competitors. The dramatic of Korea's evolution - and its prospects for the future - as told in Korean Enterprise is significant for anyone concerned with issues of economic development and for Western managers facing new sources of competition, as well as for Korea's closest geographic competitors. The book is an original exploration of the relationships among national culture, management practice, and government policy and an insightful evaluation of Korean management and development practices.
Titel: Korean Enterprise
Verlag: Harvard Business School Publishing India Pvt. Ltd.
Buchbeschreibung Korea Development Institute, Seoul, 1975. Leinen. (XVII, 293 S.) Bibliotheksexemplar mit Aufkleber auf Einband/Rücken, Stempel auf Deckelinnenseite und Titelblatt, library copy Sprache: Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 61341
Buchbeschreibung Center Migration Studies. PAPERBACK. Buchzustand: Fine. 0934733147 Fine. First edition. Review copy with review slip laid in. Quality, Value, Experience. Media Shipped in New Boxes. Artikel-Nr. BING59226
Buchbeschreibung Springer-Verlag Gmbh Mrz 2017, 2017. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - In this book, Korean multinational enterprises management strategies in China are analyzed. China is re centering Asia around its newfound economic might, even as neighboring countries such as Japan and Korea will remain more economically developed for generations to come. How do Asian companies adapt to the Chinese market In this fascinating study, Haiying Kang and Jie Shen investigate how Korean enterprises have adapted human resources practices to the evolving corporate climate in China. Unorthodox blends of culture, legal expectations, and more make the market a truly interesting one to explore HRM practices on the margins. Compelling for academics in HRM but also related social sciences, HR practitioners, and corporate leaders alike, this book is a timely look at new Asian corporate cultures. 289 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9789811030925