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Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 1999
Version: 1999-10-20

Abstract

In a 30-year career, a recently retired international manager of Xerox Corporation played a major role in the company''s international expansion to emerging economies, assumed key responsibilities for the negotiation and founding of several international joint ventures, and served as an expatriate manager of these ventures in several countries (eg, Mexico, Brazil, and China). The case provides a learning opportunity at both the individual and the organizational levels. As a manager or future manager, the student can learn about critical career decisions, development through international assignments, and the joys and frustrations of the portable life of an expatriate family. At the organizational level, the case provides useful examples of international growth/expansion strategies, challenges for managing joint venture operations, and international human resource policies and practices. Importantly, the case presents these examples/issues in the context of doing business in emerging economies. Frans Ryckebosch: An International Manager (B) case, (product ''9A99C031'') may be used as a supplement to this case. There is a simplified Chinese version available ''9A99CC30''.
Size:
Large
Other setting(s):
1995

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Abstract

In a 30-year career, a recently retired international manager of Xerox Corporation played a major role in the company''s international expansion to emerging economies, assumed key responsibilities for the negotiation and founding of several international joint ventures, and served as an expatriate manager of these ventures in several countries (eg, Mexico, Brazil, and China). The case provides a learning opportunity at both the individual and the organizational levels. As a manager or future manager, the student can learn about critical career decisions, development through international assignments, and the joys and frustrations of the portable life of an expatriate family. At the organizational level, the case provides useful examples of international growth/expansion strategies, challenges for managing joint venture operations, and international human resource policies and practices. Importantly, the case presents these examples/issues in the context of doing business in emerging economies. Frans Ryckebosch: An International Manager (B) case, (product ''9A99C031'') may be used as a supplement to this case. There is a simplified Chinese version available ''9A99CC30''.

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Size:
Large
Other setting(s):
1995

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