The Business of Europe: Managing Change download epub
by Professor Roland Calori,Professor Peter A Lawrence
The Business of Europe book. The Business of Europe: Managing Change.
The Business of Europe book. This book is about challenge and change in European business resulting from the Single European Market and also wider processes of and globalization.
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Explores how managers perceive the issues and opportunities presented by the Single European market and discusses the significant paradoxes which need to be managed within the new Europe; also includes detailed analyses of four industries that represent different levels of pre-1992 -publishing, automobiles, retail banking and brewing. Useful for those studying European business/strategy.
Murray Steele, ‘The European Brewing Industry’ in Roland Calori and Peter Lawrence, The Business of Europe: Managing Change (London: Sage, 1991) pp. 44–9.
Calori, Roland and Peter Lawrence (1991) The Business of Europe: Managing Change, London: Sage. Lawrence P. (1998) 1992 and all that. In: Issues in European Business. Palgrave Macmillan, London. Cecchini, Paolo (1988) The European Challenge: the Benefits of a Single Market, Aldershot: Gower. Dudley, James W. (1989) 1992: Strategies for the Single Market, Kogan Page: London. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Lawrence P.
EMLYON a leading school of management in France, Europe. After having held various department chair positions within EMLYON Business School, Professor ATAMER is Vice-President of EMLYON Business School
EMLYON a leading school of management in France, Europe. After having held various department chair positions within EMLYON Business School, Professor ATAMER is Vice-President of EMLYON Business School. He has designed and delivered numerous tailor made programs for top management in European as well as in American companies. His consulting experience includes investigation missions in relation to ministries, international organizations and local authorities.
This book is about challenge and change in European business resulting from the Single European Market . The contributors conclude that the Single European Market presents significant paradoxes which need to be managed.
This book is about challenge and change in European business resulting from the Single European Market and also wider processes of an. .
The history of UK business and management education. London: Emerald Concerning management in Europe, insiders' perceptions tend to be more. The big push: The export of American business education to Western Europe after the Second World War. Jan 1998. This paper, by Roland Calori, Murray Steele and Etsuo Yoneyama, is based on the content analysis of unstructured interviews with 24 top managers (British, French, German, US and Japanese). Concerning management in Europe, insiders' perceptions tend to be more positive and biased by the respective national heritages (British, French, German), outsiders' perceptions tend to be less positive and biased by the respective national heritages (US and Japanese).
Management Change in East Germany. The Business of Europe. Jacques van der Meer. Management in Western Europe.
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Unlike most analyses of 1991, written by professional commentators, the book is based on the views and experiences of managers themselves. The authors conducted a major investigation amongst senior managers from a range of industries in seven European countries (UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Netherlands and Denmark).
The book explores the strategic implications of a Single European Market as perceived by managers, for example in industry and supplier organization, distribution systems and competition within and from outside Europe, particularly Japan. It shows how 1992 is seen less as a unique European event than as part of the more general processes of globalization. It includes detailed analyses of four industries representing different levels of pre-1992 internationalization - publishing, automobiles, retails banking and brewing.
What emerges clearly through the book is that a Single European Market poses significant paradoxes which will need to be managed. These include the potential of national differences within Europe in strategies and approach being heightened rather than reduced, of a Europe which is both strengthened as an international economic force but also more attractive and therefore exposed to extra-European competition.
Managing the Paradox of Europe will be essential reading for managers both within and outside Europe and for all those involved in teaching and studying corporate strategy and international business.
Category: Business & Money
Publisher: SAGE Publications (May 1, 1991)
Pages: 242 pages