Students in the elective course CCBS write a management book each semester. We select countries and research, review literature and interview native professionals around the world. You will be coached in the research and English writing part, and we will supply you with excellent sources. At the end of the semester you will have co-written your own book, and are listed in the ISBN registers on your very own name. We also upload the file to google.books, and Amazon.com.
Below is an overview of some selected titles we have published so far:
Business meetings in Europe aren’t necessarily more difficult, but they certainly can be different. And that is why it is so essential to understand how cultural factors can affect business meetings. This first edition of European Meeting Styles provides you with a comprehensive, theoretical and practical introduction to the various aspects of intercultural meeting styles for the following countries: Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. The authors conducted surveys on relevant meeting behaviour in each of these countries and interviewed some of today’s leading practitioners.
European meeting styles
This first edition of World without words explores the use of communicative gestures from a cross-cultural perspective. Providing you with a comprehensive introduction, and focusing on key areas in the theory and practice of how professionals signal their attitudes internationally. This book is an asset to anyone wishing to advance her or his understanding of cross-cultural communication in the globalised workplace, that today’s business environment has become.World without words
The cross-cultural context of gestures in international business communication
Emilio Bamio Ares, Jasmijn Camping, Stef Lauer (Eds.)