International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior
International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior, 4e is an engaging exploration of the unique challenges and multicultural issues facing global organizations today. Dr. Adler thoroughly examines the impact of culture on business and provides practical information that will prove useful to any individual working with different cultures, regardless of experience. Interesting cases, stories, examples, and easy to follow guidelines make International Dimensions both interesting and easy to understand.
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