When We Are the Foreigners: What Chinese Think about Working with Americans John N. Doggett

ISBN: 9781463503680

Published: August 1st 2011

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146 pages


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When We Are the Foreigners: What Chinese Think about Working with Americans  by  John N. Doggett

When We Are the Foreigners: What Chinese Think about Working with Americans by John N. Doggett
August 1st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 146 pages | ISBN: 9781463503680 | 4.53 Mb

Of course it is a matter of your starting point, but as Americans, dont we usually think of the other guys as the foreigners? After all, they are the ones who talk with an accent, right? When We Are the Foreigners provides readers a new perspective,MoreOf course it is a matter of your starting point, but as Americans, dont we usually think of the other guys as the foreigners?

After all, they are the ones who talk with an accent, right? When We Are the Foreigners provides readers a new perspective, seeing international business from the vantage point of the Chinese. What is it like for them to handle working with Americans? The eight case studies illustrate many of the cultural issues that bewilder Americans and Chinese when they interact with one another.

The Chinese contributors simply tell their story from their perspective. These stories are followed up with outstanding explanations and recommendations from experts, both American and Chinese, who have worked in this environment for years.

When We Are the Foreigners, although informal in style, provides insightful commentary for both the novice and the experienced, and for the student as well as the professional.



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