Comparative Performance Appraisal Practices and Management Values Among Foreign and Domestic Firms in India
Countering culture-based analyses indicating homogeneity in Indian management practices, this empirical study compares performance appraisal practices and management values in India by firm ownership. Differences in Indian private investor corporations, public sector enterprises, foreign/joint ventures and private family businesses are examined to assist managers to adapt selectively to firms in the changing Indian economy. Theoretical and managerial implications, as well as future directions for research are discussed.
Amba-Rao, S. C.,
Petrick, J. A.,
Gupta, J. N.,
& Von Der Embse, T. J.
(2000). Comparative Performance Appraisal Practices and Management Values Among Foreign and Domestic Firms in India. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 11 (1), 60-89.