Covering a wide range of topics within the cross-cultural study of management, this book is written in a manner which makes the topic accessible and readily comprehensive to students. In the early scene setting chapters, general topics such as leadership style, organisational structure, decision-making process and major organizational activities are discussed in general terms. The significance of societal culture within which these take place are then pointed out. The second part of the book concentrates on the specific issue of human resource management and culture. The book is suited to MBA and undergraduate courses in cross-cultural studies of organization and international HRM.