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by George C. Lodge,Harvard Business School Press,Ezra F. Vogel

  • ISBN: 0071032517
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  • Author: George C. Lodge,Harvard Business School Press,Ezra F. Vogel
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard Business School Pr; 1 edition (January 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 350
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in Management) Naval Postgraduate School, 1985. Includes bibliographical references.

This is a book on the history and politics of the Internet with a focus on the impact of ICTs on the distribution of power. in Management) Naval Postgraduate School, 1985.

Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1987. This article sets out an ideological framework for analysis of these and related questions. Jaime and Josefina Chua Tiampo Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus. View Profile View Publications . More from the Author. Article Challenge March – April 2010. The Need for Ideological Consciousness. Keywords: History; Leadership; Competition; Framework; Consumer Behavior; Business and Community Relations; Government and Politics; Financial Crisis; Planning; United States; Citation: Lodge, George C. "The Need for Ideological Consciousness.

In 1961 Lodge became a member of the Harvard Business School faculty, leaving to run for office in 1962 . Ideology and National Competitiveness: An Analysis of Nine Countries. Harvard Business Press.

In 1961 Lodge became a member of the Harvard Business School faculty, leaving to run for office in 1962, before returning the following year. He remained at Harvard until his retirement in 1997, when he became Professor Emeritus Personal life. Managing globalization in the age of interdependence.

Ideology and National Competitiveness shows how and why ideology affects the power, role, and behavior of managers in nine countries: Japan, the .

Ideology and National Competitiveness shows how and why ideology affects the power, role, and behavior of managers in nine countries: Japan, the United States, Taiwan, Korea, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Mexico. Effective managers must understand the ideological implications of their actions to gain competitive advantage. 0875841473 (ISBN13: 9780875841472).

Harvard Business School Press. Lodge, George C; Vogel, Ezra F. Bookplateleaf. inlibrary; printdisabled; .

Harvard Business School Press, 1987 - 350 pages. Ideology and National Competitiveness shows how and why ideology affects the power, role, and behavior of managers in nine countries: Japan, the United States, Taiwan, Korea, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Mexico.

If ideology can be called "the hymns a community sings to justify and make legitimate what it is doing, or, perhaps, what it would like to do," then, when the words are too far from reality, there is tension that keeps a country from performing as well as it could

Ideology and national competitiveness: An analysis of nine countries. The evolution of regional economies. Competitiveness and integration with neighboring countries.

Ideology and national competitiveness: An analysis of nine countries. Crouch, G. & Ritchie, J. B. (1999). Tourism, competitiveness, and societal prosperity. Scott, B. & Lodge, G. C. (1985). US competitiveness in the world economy. Technology and National competitiveness. McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP. Griffiths, . & Zammuto, R. F. (2005). Readings: Porter, M. E. (1990).

A country's ideology-the framework of ideas it uses to make values explicit and its institutions legitimate-shapes the manner in which corporations and managers live and act. If not properly understood, it can blind a manager to problems he cannot avoid; if properly understood, it can alert managers to issues that help them in dealing with government agencies, the public, their workers, and in developing their own business strategy. In this probing study, Harvard Business School professor George C. Lodge and Harvard University sociologist Ezra F. Vogel have combined their expertise to examine ideology as a useful tool for understanding national communities-how and why they have evolved, the tensions that exist within them, and the differences between them.