This investigation of international management cultures, structures and strategies for business success provides a country-by-country study of the various management cultures already in operation. The need for a more coherent view of international best practice is illustrated by case studies. The specific problems faced by organizations as a result of the changing political face of Eastern Europe is considered in some detail. The text also provides guidance for implementation of the solutions to many problems inherent in international management. It suggests ways that companies can improve their management competence and improve their chances of corporate success.