Multinationals In India

Managing The Interface Of Cultures by Jai B. P. Sinha

Publisher: Sage Publications

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Intercultural communication,
  • India,
  • Corporate culture,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • International business enterprises,
  • Business/Economics,
  • International business enterpr,
  • Industries - General,
  • General,
  • Cross-cultural orientation
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9803936M
ISBN 100761932054
ISBN 109780761932055

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Professor Sinha is also a well-known writer and has authored several books. His latest publications include Patterns of Work Culture: Cases and Strategies for Culture Building (SAGE ), Managing Cultural Diversity for Productivity: The Asian Ways (ed.) (Asian Productivity Organization ), and Multinationals in India: Managing Cited by: Examining the Indian operations of five multinational organizations from three different cultural zones, this comparative analysis shows that each company brought to India its unique cultural imprint, while at the same time realizing the need to adapt management practices to Format: Paperback.

Multinationals in India: FDI and Complementation Strategy in a Developing Country by A. Nayak (Author)Cited by: 6.

About this book An in depth analysis of the key determinants of successful direct investment strategy by foreign firms in India, providing important cues to multinational companies in India and other developing countries on how to strategically Multinationals In India book in these host countries for the benefit of both the company and the country : Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Based on comparative data and interviews with over 90 Multinationals In India book managerial personnel from Indian multinationals, this book provides a comprehensive picture of the emerging multinational firms from India in terms of their internationalization process, competitive advantages, approach to global markets, and future : Adrian Wilkinson.

About this book Introduction An in depth analysis of the key determinants of successful direct investment strategy by foreign firms in India, providing important cues to multinational companies in India and other developing countries on how to strategically invest in these host countries for the benefit of both the company and the country involved.

This book analyses the inter-industry pattern of MNEs in India in the framework of the internationalisation theory, also examining the comparative behaviour of MNE affiliates and LCEs in terms of conduct and performance.

The book goes further to explain the different performance of these two strategic groups by assessing profit and by: 4. UIR, No. 2, October BOOK REVIEWS MULTINATIONALS IN INDIA: MANAGING THE INTERFACE OF CULTURES by Jai B.P. Sinha, Sage Publications, New Delhi,pp.Price Rs.

(Paper). Organisations are no longer constrained by national borders. With the entry of a host of multinational corporations in India the world has become a.

Jai Sinha’s book articulates the cultural challenges faced by multinational firms in doing business in India. It needs to be mentioned that the cultural challenges which Sinha explicitly focuses on relate to issues of leadership, motivation, and decision making, and more broadly the hybrid culture that emerges within the : Rajesh Kumar.

Buy Multinationals in India: Managing the Interface of Cultures First by Jai B P Sinha (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low. Multinationals in India Managing the Interface of Cultures. The economic reforms that began in the early s brought many large multinational companies to India.

A major challenge for these corporations was to manage the interface of global corporate culture and India's powerful, traditional and widely varying cultural practices. [Amar K J R Nayak] -- Multinationals in India is an in depth analysis of the key determinants of successful direct investment strategy by foreign firms in India.

This book provides important cues to multinational. The economic reforms that began in the early s brought many large multinational companies to India. A major challenge for these corporations was to manage the interface of global corporate culture and India's powerful, traditional and widely varying cultural practices.

Indian firms have grown explosively over the last two decades since India adopted wholesale neo-liberal policies in Nayak attributes the expansion of these Indian firms and their multinational businesses to the owners' ability to manoeuvre and mould key agents in the external environment rather than to the internal management of the firm.

About this book Introduction The contributors explore the rapid growth of Indian multinationals and provide valuable insights into the patterns and trends of their outward investments and the factors that led to their emergence in the global FDI market. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saxena, Usha, Role of multinationals in India's foreign trade.

New Delhi: Ashish Pub. House, Multinationals in India: FDI and complementation strategy in a developing country. [Amar K J R Nayak] -- An in depth analysis of the key determinants of successful direct investment strategy by foreign firms in India, providing important cues to multinational companies in India and.

Foreign Multinationals in India: Adapting to India’s Work Culture and Management Practices. Introduction. For successful entry and continuous growth in a foreign market, effective communication with the unfamiliar partner and adaptation to his culture is Size: KB.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Multinational Corporations of India: Characteristics, Growth and Criticisms. Multinational Corporations (MNCs) or Transnational Corporation (TNC), or Multinational Enterprise (MNE) is a business unit which operates simultaneously in different countries of the world.

In some cases the manufacturing unit may be in one country, while the. The policy shift from FERA to FEMA, an introduction of the Indian Patent Act, removing certain restrictions in the economic reform period ofand the recent Make in India scheme has made the.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vachani, Sushil. Multinationals in India. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. A multinat ional com pany (MNC) can be defined as an enterprise that engages in foreign.

direct investments (FDI) and which owns or, to a certain extent, controls value-added. activities in. 6. Currently, the top popular foreign MNCs in India cover many of the largest industries, including technology, food and beverage, banking, and entertainment.

Included prominently on this list are the following MNC companies: 1. Apple, Inc. Hewlett Packard (HP) 3. Sony Corporation 4. Citi Group 5. Indian firms expanded outward in two waves, the first occurring in the s and s, and the second occurring aftershortly after India had opened up to the global economy in following economic by: multinational firm has two functions namely, treasury and control.

The treasurer is responsible for financial planning analysis, fund acquisition, investment financing, cash management, investment decision and risk management. On the other hand, controller deals with the functions related to external reporting, tax planning and management.

Indian multinationals appear to be on a shopping spree. They have acquired foreign firms between for a consolidated amount of $ billion and are now in the process of expanding their mergers and acquisition activities to Spain, Brazil, the rest of South America and Europe.

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Winning in India requires an intense and concerted effort. The multinationals need top leaders willing to make a commitment to the Indian operation and to localize and empower it.

They must adapt to the Indian consumer’s demand for innovative, low-cost delivery systems and high value for money products, as well as identify and implement an.

Based on comparative data and interviews with over 90 senior managerial personnel from Indian multinationals, this book provides a comprehensive picture of the emerging multinational firms from India in terms of their internationalization process, competitive advantages, approach to global markets, and future outlook.

In Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets, a distinguished group of international business scholars tackle these questions based on a shared research design.

The heart of the book contains detailed studies of emerging-market multinationals (EMNEs) from the BRIC economies, plus Israel, Mexico, South Africa, and Thailand. Book Description. Multinational enterprises play a vital role in the economic activity of most developing countries.

In India MNE affiliates dominate whole sectors of industry - such as plastics and pharmaceuticals - characterised by a high degree of product differentiation, complex technology and high skill intensity.Pages in category "Multinational companies headquartered in India" The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes ().Accordingly, three case studies are presented that make evident the positive, negative, and mixed impacts of multinational corporations on developing .