“… a first-rate book … really useful, even for managers with
a lot of international experience …”
Ludger Opgenhoff, former Marketing Director Europe,
DHL Express, and currently Professor of International Management, Gelsenkirchen University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
“… The authors, both interculturalists of experience and stature, have taken care to make the book interactive, encouraging us to apply the ideas contained to our own person and our experiences …”
George Simons, George Simons International.
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“… The book carefully analyses what it means to be interculturally competent and helps the reader to understand the role of culture in such key areas as organization and change management, management style, communication, feedback and dealing with conflict, as well as taking advantage of diversity.”
Robert Gibson, Senior Consultant, Siemens AG.
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“… a very accessible and practical guide that supports managers in their complex international work … remarkable chapters on feedback and conflict …”
Vincent Merk, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, and former President, Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research, Europe.
“This book is crammed with information to help those dealing with people and situations within different cultures … unlike so many other writers Comfort and Franklin consider culture as more than merely ‘national’ culture. They rightly examine organizational cultures and sub-cultures within wider cultural patterns. They make clear that an individual may be part of many cultures.”
Wes Harry, People Management, January 27, 2011.
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The Mindful International Manager, How to Work Effectively across Cultures is published by Kogan Page, London, Philadelphia and New Delhi.