Management styles and methods are radically different in different countries as are patterns of education and training and patterns of manpower deployment in industry. The operations of multinational companies in the U.K. reflect to some extent patterns imported from multinationals home countries. Clearly, cultural differences would act as constraints on any attempt to copy directly from other countries. But where foreign owned firms have been relatively more successful in the U.K. than British owned firms there are lessons to be learned.
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