Eastern and Cross Cultural Management by N. K. Singh (auth.) PDF

By N. K. Singh (auth.)

ISBN-10: 8132204719

ISBN-13: 9788132204718

ISBN-10: 8132204727

ISBN-13: 9788132204725

This path-breaking e-book liberates administration considering from a century of Western subjugation. it's a comparative exposition of tradition and administration types in India, Japan, China and significant Western nations. there's a have to safeguard and maintain every one country’s id and optimistic strengths in values whereas interlinking international company with go cultural empathy. The e-book explores profiles of culture-management axis via secondary literature examine in numerous languages of the East, empirical learn carried out with approximately 1000 managers and 375 organisations in India. The powerful administration within the subsequent millennium could be mission-based strategic integration of the workforce, mixed with people-sensitive method. even with progress of hi-tech, the emotional human matters will dominate the arriving many years. Happiness and well-being in associations will principally depend upon successive sacrifice of greed and possessiveness in production of wealth for human improvement. The meltdown within the US and its repercussions on this planet are direct consequence of failure to benefit those classes. Already the realm is witnessing acute cognizance of interdependence and common linkages. this is often the quintessence of Vedanta, Zen-Buddhism and Sufi order within the japanese globe. West-dominated administration expertise needs to now synthesize with japanese instinct and values. The e-book is split into 3 elements: First half delves into East-West psyche; moment half provides Integration-Affection version as power method of potent administration. 3rd half exhibits the author’s profitable purposes of the method in numerous enterprises whereas operating as leader government or Consultant.

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For long, anthropological view of life has held centre stage, whereas history of Homo sapiens is only a wink as compared to the entire history of life on this planet, or the age of the universe. In other words, while transcending humanity, it puts mankind in proper perspective. Kalidas, the great Sanskrit poet, aptly expressed it when he said, ‘Owning the whole world while disowning oneself’. This was the ideal of practical life represented by Upanishads that comes close to globalization and interdependence concerns of the present-day world.

The question, therefore, before us is whether value system can constitute an important ingredient in determining the managerial style, organizational functioning and executive behaviour. Some of the cross-cultural studies undertaken in managerial behaviour of Japan, Korea and the USA indicate the following: • Value system greatly influences the behaviour of managers. • It can provide a clue to cause-and-effect relationship. The problem before us is, therefore, twofold: – Determining the appropriate value system in the present-day society based on appreciation of our culture – Undertaking studies to determine the effect of value system on managerial behaviour, leading to theory of motivation which can contribute to organizational effectiveness For proper examination, the effect of value system on motivation has been attempted in a model as under: Value Needs Person Goals Environment The above model shows constant interaction between value system, needs, personality and the goals of an individual.

All ‘sita’ lands, which consisted of the cultivated area, belonged to the king. The king was supposed to promote the direct settlement of waste lands by moving people from one settlement to another. Incentives for settlement were also given. In some cases, deported families were forcibly settled to reduce overcrowding in certain areas. The land in such villages was assigned for life to the holder and was transferred to the next kin only if the land was properly cultivated and made use of. Transference of land could not be done without permission of the state.

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