International Studies and Languages
In an increasingly globalized world, conducting business with leaders from various parts of the world is inevitable. An understanding of the managerial styles of leaders is imperative to the long-term success and influence of an international corporation. This paper will introduce the managerial styles of executives from U.S and Chinese based companies and point out the variations in style that exist. Information received from interviews with Chinese and U.S managers will assist in determining the differences between each style. The synthesis of qualitative research analysis and scholarly data will aid in forming the argument as to whether both styles can coexist in harmony despite their differences.
"Discussion on the Differences between U.S and Chinese Management Styles,"
Global Tides: Vol. 13, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/globaltides/vol13/iss1/3
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