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Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe: A Guide to Cultures, Markets, and Practices (Managing Cultural Differences) ebook

by Audrone Tamulionyte-Lentz,Woodrow H. Sears


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The book was published in 2001. But most of the topics are still very relevant. It consists of eleven chapters, and an epilogue.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In Central and Eastern Europe, the 'Old Europe' of cobblestones co-exists with mobile phones, horse carts fight for road space with cars. Dr. Sears and Ms. Tamulionyte-Lentz give readers solutions for overcoming the problems inherent in this region. Each chapter covers the management issues of Western companies bringing advisers, consultants and educators to train CEE local managers. With the best effort, results were mixed.

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Business practices are shaped by deeply-held cultural attitudes toward work, power, trust, wealth-and communication. Communication is fundamental in business, because business is a collaborative activity. Various studies validate communication as one of the strongest determinants of relationship commitment, loyalty, trust and satisfaction. Value Added: The students of our universities have taken part in the X-Culture program.

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Woodrow H. They explain how Western executives can build relationships and find point of cultural "synthesis" with their Central and Eastern European counterparts and ultimately create a new and mutually beneficial work culture with their ventures. With understanding and insights on the cultural nuances of the region, 'Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe' can help all Western visitors, even tourists, who arrive at this increasingly popular destination.

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Автор: Sears, Woodrow Название: Business In Central And Eastern .

In Central and Eastern Europe, the 'Old Europe' of cobblestones co-exists with mobile phones, horse carts fight for road space with cars, and farmers' markets compete with mega-stores.Western business professionals hoping to expand or start up new ventures in this complex environment must possess knowledge that is both comprehensive and subtle. What is it like to live and work in Central and Eastern Europe? How is business conducted there? What happened in Central and Eastern Europe to make integration into the rest of Europe so difficult? What important social and cultural issues must be mastered by Westerners hoping to flourish in this region? 'Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe', the fourteenth title in the 'Managing Cultural Differences Series' answers these and many other questions. This book identifies a variety of factors, including an anti-business attitude and a resistance to Western-style change, that hinder some attempts at development within Central and Eastern Europe. It provides a frame of reference for understanding the "post-Soviet syndrome" - with its remnants of corruption and mistrust of managers and customers alike - that continues to haunt the countries of CEE. Dr. Sears and Ms. Tamulionyte-Lentz give readers solutions for overcoming the problems inherent in this region. They explain how Western executives can build relationships and find point of cultural "synthesis" with their Central and Eastern European counterparts and ultimately create a new and mutually beneficial work culture with their ventures.With understanding and insights on the cultural nuances of the region, 'Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe' can help all Western visitors, even tourists, who arrive at this increasingly popular destination.
Anayanis
The book was published in 2001. But most of the topics are still very relevant. It consists of eleven chapters, and an epilogue. Each chapter covers the management issues of Western companies bringing advisers, consultants and educators to train CEE local managers.

With the best effort, results were mixed. The book discussed various reasons, the long shadow of Russia, culture, corruption, and many other nationalism issues. It is a must read for any company that wishes to close deals in CEE countries.

I use this book for a College course, MG 223 Management CEE Countries. I added many in-class exercises, and Case Studies. Most of the work came from the research papers published from E-Leader conferences, http://www.g-casa.com.

I recommend this book to all.
Renthadral
Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have been replete with promise for development of both internal markets and international businesses for over a decade now. Far less of that promise has been realized. Sears and Tamulionyte-Lentz give us an overview of each of the countries in the CEE (with the exception of the former Yugoslavia with its currently intractable situation) and tell us why this is the case and what might be done about it.

The book moves on the experiential level of the persons and organizations, the organizational development strategies and the HR tactics that are needed to succeed in this vast and diverse market, with enough of the economic and socio political background for the reader to understand the context in which these activities take place.

Despite the diversity of the region under discussion, the primary cultural factors that need to be dealt with stem from the long shadow of half a century or more of Sovietization of the economy and its resulting work practices and attitudes. Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe spells out the challenges of moving organizations and individuals from the survival tactics of a command economy to the trust, participation, entrepreneurship, marketing efforts and selling skills required to become productive and succeed in a competitive global business environment. The book is replete with examples of the structures, habits and attitudes that don’t work, best summed up in the words of Michael Dell, “Your people pose a greater threat to the health of your business than your competitors.”

The book is not without both hope and compassion. Clearly the authors, despite the frustrations they have personally experienced and have reported from others, are in love with their subject. Sears and Tamulionyte-Lentz believe, “that individual effort and initiative, exercised in self interest for success and job security is the basic building block of organizational effectiveness.” They carefully survey existing HR technologies and approaches, and offer those principles, often with case studies, that hold the best hope of success, in order to “…provide a picture of what Westerners who want to do business in the Region will find; to eliminate unhappy surprises; and where possible, to provide suggestions for coping and prevailing.”

Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe encourages us to patience and sagacity. They review and urge us to adapt relevant master concepts, management approaches and training practices with appropriate cautions in environments where, culture has proven “100 times stronger than the efforts to change it.” Western business people and management professionals, travelers and other students of CEE area, will find here both the cautions and the resources needed to understand what to expect and how to cope when they begin to work in an area where the poor track record of Western involvement is already becoming one more obstacle to success.
Nenayally
This is a hands on vade mecum for doing business in Eastern Europe. The dangers may lead to pessimism, but the authors are showing that with good will and persistence one may succeed against all odds.
Succeeding in Business in Central and Eastern Europe: A Guide to Cultures, Markets, and Practices (Managing Cultural Differences) ebook
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Audrone Tamulionyte-Lentz,Woodrow H. Sears
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