A clash of human resource management cultures
|Title||A clash of human resource management cultures: a micro-state case study|
|Journal||The International Journal of Human Resource Management|
|Abstract||The value conflict between local & foreign human resource management styles was examined through case study analysis of the public & parastatal sectors in the Seychelles. Analysis of semistructured survey data from 20 officials & participants in those sectors, personal observation, & field notes revealed the existence of a local, indigenous management style characterized by person specificity. Such a management practice conflicted with institution building & imported textbook management strategies, reduced imported management efficacy, & carried the potential to result in dangerous discretionary powers. The texturing of processes of globalization by indigenous cultural materials is emphasized. 55 References. Adapted from the source document.|
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