A Comparative Study of the Managerial Philosophy Among Japanese Keiretsus, Korean Chaebols and Colombian Grupos Económicos
Comparative management is important for the knowledge of different managerial practices in different countries. In this study, the purpose is to investigate the differences and similarities of managerial philosophies among the Japanese Keiretsus, the Korean Chaebols and the Colombian Grupos Económicos. This paper reports the main differences and similarities among the Japanese Keiretsus, the Korean Chaebols and the Colombian Grupos Económicos. The question that is addressed in this paper is as follows. Are there differences and similarities of managerial philosophy among the Japanese Keiretsus, the Korean Chaebols and the Colombian Grupos Económicos?
||Japanese Keiretsus, Korean Chaebols, Colombian Grupos Económicos
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 11, pp.31-40.
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Assistant Professor, Business Management Department, The City University of New York/BMCC, USA
Dr. Carmen Leonor Martínez-López earned her Ph.D. in International Business in the area of Management from the University of Texas – Pan American. As a full time faculty member, deputy chair and member of the Personnel and Budget Committee of the Business Management Department, Dr. Martínez-López teaches Introduction to Business and Business Management Organizations. Dr. Martínez-López has written various papers, coauthored book chapters and has presented at various international conferences. Currently she serves as a reviewer for the Academy of Management Conference and Academy of International Business Conference. As a university professor, Dr. Martínez-López has experience in Colombian, Mexican and the U.S. universities. Her research interests include the managerial philosophies of the Latin American business groups or grupos económicos.
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