Tuesday, April 14, 2009

National differences in management

A comment from Ramana on Belshaw’s World: Seven deadly sins of performance measurement got me wondering about national differences in management structures and styles.

Like me, Ramana has worked as a management professional, but in an Indian context.

I know that management styles are influenced by culture. However, I am also wondering how national and cultural differences affect things such as the approach to performance measurement that I discussed in my post. This involves a combination of culture with particular institutional structures and approaches.

To what degree is my thinking to Australian-centric?

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