Comparative management continues to be an area calling for exploration. In fact, authors who advance the view that management is culture-bound have been contradicted by both the defendants of the ‘universal’ approach to management — implying the cross-border transferability of management principles — and the defendants of the ‘individualistic’ approach implying that management basically is a personal matter.
KeywordsControl Practice Management Theory Multinational Company Management Principle Comparative Management
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