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Euro Manager or Splendid Isolation? : International Management, an Anglo-German Comparison :  International Management, an Anglo-German Comparison - Wilhelm Eberwein

Euro Manager or Splendid Isolation? : International Management, an Anglo-German Comparison

International Management, an Anglo-German Comparison

Hardcover Published: 1993
ISBN: 9783110134810
Number Of Pages: 275
For Ages: 22+ years old

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Preface: International management in the light of the European Unionp. 1
Regarding the research and conception of the examinationp. 3
The sociology of management in Great Britain and Germany with reference to research and the social discussionp. 3
Cross-national management research - Regarding the arrangement, carrying out and objective of the Anglo-German comparisonp. 18
The work and professional capacity of German and Englishp. 33
The empirical fields in Germany and Englandp. 33
Training, recruitment and careers of managers in Germany and Englandp. 41
Have German managers got a "Beruf" and their English colleagues only a "job"? Regarding the managerial understanding and qualifications of top managersp. 92
The daily run of work, job satisfaction and the private sphere of the top managersp. 114
What do managers really do? - Regarding the understanding of the role of top executivesp. 142
Different aspects of the relations of English and German managers to the company, technology and the marketp. 155
Human resource management in England and corporate culture in Germany - Themes of fashion or new concepts of management?p. 156
Technology versus finance - The "technology obsession" of the German managers and the "shopkeeper mentality" of the English managers?p. 169
The British society holds little account of its own industryp. 180
Foresighted industrial policy or short term maximization of profits - With regard to the role played by the banks in Great Britainp. 186
Fear of Europe? The expectations of English and German managers of the united market in Europep. 189
Interim result regarding the English system of industry: The English industrial manager - Does he really prefer to be a gentleman rather than a professional company manager?p. 195
The relationship of English and German managers towards politics and the societyp. 201
Owner-managers or employed managers - Who can manage a company better?p. 202
"Industrial relations" - Victorian class barriers in England and open social structures in Germany?p. 210
Regarding the tense relationship between the company good and the common good as seen from the managers' point of viewp. 231
The view of the managers regarding State-political actionp. 235
Top managers and the democratic processp. 244
Conclusion: Regarding the transferability of national models - What can German and English managers learn from each other?p. 249
Referencesp. 255
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ISBN: 9783110134810
ISBN-10: 3110134810
Series: de Gruyter Studies in Organization
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 275
Published: 1993
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.57