Developing Expatriates for the Asia-Pacific Region: A Comparative Analysis of Multinational Enterprise Managers from Five Countries across Three Continents. [and] Invited Reaction: Developing Expatriates for the Asia-Pacific Region.

@article{OsmanGani2000DevelopingEF,
  title={Developing Expatriates for the Asia-Pacific Region: A Comparative Analysis of Multinational Enterprise Managers from Five Countries across Three Continents. [and] Invited Reaction: Developing Expatriates for the Asia-Pacific Region.},
  author={A. Osman-Gani and Peter Prud'homme van Reine and F. Trompenaars},
  journal={Human Resource Development Quarterly},
  year={2000},
  volume={11}
}
  • A. Osman-Gani, Peter Prud'homme van Reine, F. Trompenaars
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology, Business
  • Human Resource Development Quarterly
  • Expatriate development has become a critical issue for multinational enterprises (MNEs). There is substantial empirical research on expatriate management in the West but little on Asia, and comparative studies are lacking. This article presents findings from an empirical study on the training and development of expatriates from Singapore, Japan, Korea, Germany, and the United States. The study provides significant information on program types, content, duration, delivery mode, and providers… CONTINUE READING
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