This book offers a comprehensive look at the current literatures and research based on empirical data from across different countries in Africa. It focuses on the work of leading scholars of management in and around Africa and the African Context, exploring whether we can at this point refer to `African Management' as an emerging and distinct stream in the scholarly discourse in management. The main themes are macro and micro issues of Management in Africa, each chapter illustrating the historical or traditional view of Management in Africa versus the newer western business management perspective.
This book presents current, in-depth, rigorous research and identifies future research and propositions, enabling scholars and students to gain an in-depth understanding of management as it is evolving and practiced in Africa.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 328
Weight: 640 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"This book fills a gap in our understanding of African management, particularly with its strong focus on contextualizing theories - or actually using grounded methods to come up with more contextually relevant theories. The book will be well received by scholars and students of management in Africa and African management." - Faith Wambura Ngunjiri, Eastern University , USA
"Effective management of organizations has been for long time one of the biggest challenges of African countries. This book has explored several new avenues that will help African decision makers to improve their approach of managing organizations. It's a perfect guide for managers in Africa and an excellent source of ideas and information for students and researchers." - Elie Chrysostome, State University of New York Plattsburgh, USA
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