By Jette Schramm-Nielsen
This e-book contributes to the increasing box of cross-cultural and comparative administration, and addresses the difficulty of even if the most Scandinavian international locations - Denmark, Norway and Sweden - show such similarities in administration sort and perform as to represent a rustic cluster. it really is in line with a qualitative, interview-driven research of managers in businesses matched through within the 3 international locations and seeks to contextualise the learn findings in a normal dialogue of the Scandinavian nations, exhibiting their intertwined histories and comparable associations and values. The booklet argues that the imperative values of those managers are equality, informality, decency, and avoidance; it indicates that the behaviour of Scandinavian managers is galvanized by means of those values and they should be attributed to nationwide tradition and never to the peculiarities of any specific undefined. administration in Scandinavia should be of curiosity to scholars and lecturers of foreign administration, in addition to practitioners of industrial and administration.
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