Global Enterprise Management

New Perspectives on Challenges and Future Developments Volume II

  • Editors
  • Angelo A. Camillo

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. M. Reza Hosseini, Nicholas Chileshe, Jian Zuo, Bassam Baroudi
    Pages 57-74
  3. Paul Gooderham, Michael Zhang, Atle Jordahl
    Pages 91-106
  4. Won-Yong Oh, Kyoung Jin Choi, Young K. Chang
    Pages 107-120
  5. Alicia J. Bajada, Angelo A. Camillo, Akhtiara Erskine, Svetlana Holt
    Pages 153-169
  6. Akhtiara Erskine, Angelo A. Camillo, Alicia J. Bajada, Svetlana Holt
    Pages 171-189
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 207-222

About this book


The ongoing progress of globalization has created a new need in multinational and international companies for managers who have the skills and competencies to be rotated anywhere in the world. While most books addressing global management have focused on the practitioner experience, theory, or academic knowledge relevant to one region or country, Global Enterprise Management unites all these approaches in a practical framework designed to provide students, educators, and practitioners with the skills to succeed in the global managerial landscape. Inspired by his 35 years in international hospitality management, Camillo brings together an interdisciplinary team to break down the challenges facing managers in global companies, including supply chains, business ventures, technology, accounting, marketing, and human resources. A collection of real-world case studies grounds theory in contemporary practice and directs the conversation toward the future.


brand business corporate social responsibility economy Expatriate foreign direct investment Global Business growth Investment leadership management strategy

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