Management Leadership Challenges in Asia

Management Leadership Challenges in Asia

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The quality of its business leadership is a key issue for the future development of Asia's economies. Although Asia's economies have grown spectacularly in recent decades, they are currently facing increasing challenges. This book explores the current state of business leadership in Asia. It demonstrates that there is no single model of Asian business leadership, and that Western models often do not fit easily alongside Asian cultural values. It discusses how relatively developed Asian economies - Japan, Korea and Taiwan, former socialist economies - China and Vietnam, and large Asian countries with long histories of civilisation - India and Indonesia - all have different types of business leadership challenges at present. The book concludes by assessing how business leadership in Asia is likely to develop in more

Product details

  • Hardback | 240 pages
  • 159 x 235mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 8 tables
  • 1138831360
  • 9781138831360
  • 1,758,438

About Ying Zhu

Ying Zhu is Professor and Director of the Australian Centre for Asian Business at the University of South Australia Shuang Ren is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Ethical Leadership, University of Melbourne, Australia Ngan Collins in a Senior Lecturer in the Business College, RMIT University, Australia Malcolm Warner is an Emeritus Professor and Fellow of Wolfson College and the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UKshow more

Table of contents

1. Introduction 2. Business Leadership in Japan 3. Business Leadership in Korea 4. Business Leadership in Singapore 5. Business Leadership in Taiwan 6. Business Leadership in China 7. Business Leadership in Vietnam 8. Business Leadership in India 9. Business Leadership in Indonesia 10. Conclusionshow more