Global managers in the age of globalisation
This paper discusses global managers in the context of globalisation. Do global managers exist? If so, how? In order to understand the relationship between managers, globalisation and corporations initially, some groundwork is laid. First, an overview of globalisation is presented. Next, a view of the phenomenon of nationalism as an ideology and as a social movement and how this relates to globalisation. Then, challenges to globalisation in light of recent political and governmental trends and the role of multinational corporations in the new age of globalisation. Finally, a discussion of some of the challenges and skills required of global managers and multinational corporations to be successful in today's age of globalisation.
Volume (Year): 7 (2005)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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