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by Sondra Lacy,Peggy Kenna

eBook Business Korea: A Practical Guide to Understanding South Korean Business Culture (International Business Culture) download ISBN: 0844235598
Author: Sondra Lacy,Peggy Kenna
Publisher: Passport Books (August 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 64
ePub: 1810 kb
Fb2: 1945 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: lit azw mobi txt
Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Asia

The book is outdated too, and certainly not worth the price. Having a book chock-full of etiquette information is better than a tiny book with barely any information.

The book is outdated too, and certainly not worth the price.

South Korean Culture. In a highly competitive business environment, it is more important than ever to understand the business culture of your target markets. Understanding business culture helps you to understand, anticipate and respond to unexpected behaviour. It also ensures that you behave in an acceptable way and avoid misunderstandings. The South Korean market is a favourite among foreign direct investors.

Korean Business Culture . Korea has one of the most homogeneous populations in the world. Although older Koreans may still understand and speak some Japanese, it is not recommendable to use brochures or other commercial material in Japanese in Korea. South Korea has a reputation of having problems with corruption and certainly corruption charges are still regularly put forward against business people and others in positions of influence.

Business Korea: A Practical Guide to Understanding South Korean Business Culture (International Business Culture). 0844235598 (ISBN13: 9780844235592).

South Korea is steeped in key Confucian attitudes which have enabled this economic miracle to occur. This country profile provides an overview of some of the key aspects of South Korean business culture in a concise, easy to follow-format

South Korea is steeped in key Confucian attitudes which have enabled this economic miracle to occur. Confucianism extols the virtues of education; South Korea’s approach to education is universally lauded and endlessly studied. Confucianism places emphasis on frugality and loyalty; hard work and acceptance of temporary hardship, bringing their own rewards over time. This country profile provides an overview of some of the key aspects of South Korean business culture in a concise, easy to follow-format. The document includes information on: Background to business.

This book gives you a practical insight into cross-cultural communication in business today, based in part on the Canning team's deep experience in training over 1,000 managers and specialists in a unique Franco-Japanese adventure. Every International professional should find food for thought in this book' - Francois Foix, Human Resources Coordinator, Renault-Nissan

보! (Hello) and Welcome to our Guide to South Korean Culture, Customs, Business Practices & Etiquette.

보! (Hello) and Welcome to our Guide to South Korean Culture, Customs, Business Practices & Etiquette. Religion and beliefs. Culture & society. Social etiquette and customs. Business protocol and work culture. Gain an Expert Understanding.

Pay attention to the essentials of South Korea Business Etiquette. South Korean business dress code is traditionally conservative, with a dark color palette, men wear a black suit with a white shirt and a discrete colored tie. Women wear conservative skirts and white blouse

Pay attention to the essentials of South Korea Business Etiquette. Women wear conservative skirts and white blouse. So don’t dress to show how good you look in bright colors, dress to impress the people you will be making business with.

41 KOREA (SOUTH KOREA) Business Korea: A Practical Guide to Understanding South Korean Business Culture. Although Koreans believe in peace and harmony like other Asian cultures, during business negotiations they are not concerned about fair play and will take advantage of perceived weaknesses of their adversary. Negotiations can be prolonged and characterized by haggling. The relative brevity of the guides clearly indicates that they are intended for a quick, introductory read.

Kenna, Peggy; Lacy, Sondra.

Practical guide to understanding South Korean business culture. Offers a smooth and problem-free transition between the American and South Korean business cultures. Paper. DLC: Business etiquette - Korea, South.
Comments: (2)
Malalanim
I don't think this book is all that useful. It's tiny, which means it's supposed to be appropriate for keeping in your purse or other bag, but there isn't enough information in here for you to need a book like this for your travels to South Korea. I'll give them credit for presenting some interesting trivia--such as the fact that Koreans think many Americans smell bad--and at least they do give some Korean phrases that can be helpful for the non-Korean English speaker. However, if you want to really understand South Koreans and their businessmen today, this book does not tell you much.

The book is outdated too, and certainly not worth the price. Do yourself a favor and get a South Korean etiquette guide that is NOT pocket-sized. Having a book chock-full of etiquette information is better than a tiny book with barely any information.
GoodBuyMyFriends
Extremely thin PAMPLET, NOT the detailed book you would expect. Interesting reading, but you can find everything it has to say on the net with a simple search. Don't waste your money.