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  • Author:
    Sheila M. Puffer,Kim Braithwaite
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    Routledge; 1 edition (August 31, 1992)
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It spotlights the problems that are preparing students, career managers, and the employees of Western ventures for work in a very different environment.

It spotlights the problems that are preparing students, career managers, and the employees of Western ventures for work in a very different environment. The issues (and the pitfalls) are brought to life in reports from the field by some of the Soviet and Western consultants, executives, instructors and students who are pioneers in the conscious creation of a new managerial culture.

Sheila M. Puffer, Kim Braithwaite. Soviet managerial culture, however resistant to change, is in fact changing (just as Western managers have begun to grasp some of its written rules). This volume attempts to reveal the direction of those changes. It spotlights the problems that are preparing students, career managers, and the employees of Western ventures for work in a very different environment. The Russian Management Revolution: Preparing Managers for a Market Economy - eBook.

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Russian Management Revolution. Preparing Managers for a Market Economy. Translated from the Russian K. Braithwaite. Published 1992 by M. Sharpe, U. .

Читать бесплатно книгу The Russian management revolution . Preparing managers for the market economy () и другие произведения в разделе Каталог. Доступны электронные, печатные и аудиокниги, музыкальные произведения, фильмы. Puffer Sheila M. McKibbin Lawrence. Management - Study and teaching - Soviet Union Executives - Training of - Soviet Union Exchange of persons programs, Soviet - United States Промышленные предприятия - Управление - Кадры - Подготовка - СССР Бизнес-образование - Соединенные Штаты Америки. Издательство: M. Sharpe (Armonk). SM Puffer, K Braithwaite. The impact of rewards and punishments in a social context: A laboratory and field experiment. CA O'Reillys III, SM Puffer. Journal of Occupational Psychology 62 (1), 41-53, 1989.

The Russian Management Revolution: Preparing Managers for the Market Economy. Western business people are eager to penetrate the vast Russian market that has opened up following the breakup of the Soviet Union and the fall of communism

The Russian Management Revolution: Preparing Managers for the Market Economy. Western business people are eager to penetrate the vast Russian market that has opened up following the breakup of the Soviet Union and the fall of communism. Yet, many are discovering that their Russian contacts are like the 'riddle wrapped in an enigma' that Winston Churchill called Russia in decades past.

Soviet managerial culture, however resistant to change, is in fact changing (just as Western managers have begun to grasp some of its written rules). This volume attempts to reveal the direction of those changes. It spotlights the problems that are preparing students, career managers, and the employees of Western ventures for work in a very different environment. The issues (and the pitfalls) are brought to life in reports from the field by some of the Soviet and Western consultants, executives, instructors and students who are pioneers in the conscious creation of a new managerial culture.