The Expat Managers Supremacy against the Local Managers in Romania – Myth or Reality
In the context of global economic crisis, the management of multinational organizations have undergone significant changes, becoming more sensitive at the strategic matters. In the managerial leadership multinationals are faced again with the eternal dilemma: choosing a foreign manager in the top management of local organizations or promoting Romanian managers who, according to experts, could successfully replace the existing management. It is there or not a supremacy of foreign managers against the Romanian ones or it is just a myth? Are the Romanian managers as well prepared as the foreign ones and can bring better results for the business or the already established trend will continue for expatriate managers? Given what is happening in the Romanian business environment, we can say that the choice of foreign managers is currently the best solution for multinational companies.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 (November)
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