Comparative Management

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Comparative Management
“Develop an Organization’s expansion- real estate Development company in India”

Shang-Ching Yeh
MGMT-705
Spring 2011 Term Project

Dr. Dalton Grady
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Table of Contents Introduction Situation Analysis Creating New MarketEnvironmentCultural ProfileCommunicationEntry StrategyStructureOverseas OperationStaffing policyLeadership and Motivational SystemConclusionReferences | | 344566778891011 |
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Introduction
People usually get confusion in their minds the difference between international business and international management. They are similar, but they have some differences what focus on.
In general,
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Also it is a developing country, so labor cost would be not expensive.
India 's largest uncertainties, is carrying out economic reform process, the widening gap between urban and rural areas faced, leading to regime instability. "Up to 1.1 billion population, vast territory, large country town in South Asia, the world 's biggest worries concerns here. India has a more diverse political, religious, language, habits, income gap, and rural poverty; they would be the biggest obstacles for company.

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Cultural Profile
India is a huge level of society (it is the most level of the world), so it has an impact on management style. It is essential that there is a boss and managers act like a boss. Manager position requires a certain amount of role-playing from the boss and a certain amount of respectful behavior from his subordinates. The boss will not perform any humble work, such as coffee or moving a chair for everyone in the room.

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Communication
In India, the boss is expected to give clear instructions, even if you are well aware that the command is incorrect. Many foreign companies feel very uncomfortable and can not adjust it, but it is likely to bring the best results.
Hindi in the north of India is quite strong, but it hasn 't been very successful in the egalitarian south. English become neutral language between them.
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