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- Majid Al Suleimany
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Addressing the increased extremism, fundamentalism, and lack of tolerance and forbearance in the Arab workforce, author Majid Al Suleimany presents A Cry for Help!: Arabian Management Services-Context and Perspectives.
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In three parts, A Cry for Help! concentrates on the management styles and aspects of companies located in the Arabian Gulf Cooperation Council that encompasses Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. It discusses the:
Growing radicalization of local staff
Unhappy, dissatisfied staff
Poor treatment of staff, especially by European Western staff
Increasing extremism and fundamentalism in offices
Sensitive, related issues
In A Cry for Help!, Suleimany, a management expert, focuses on what is particular about the type of Arab management, its context and perspectives, and what is peculiar, special, or particular to that work in the context and comparison to management styles of other nations. Using personal experiences, examples, and illustrations, Suleimany exposes the new reality and truth and moves away from the trend and approach of hiding issues and problems.
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Majid Al Suleimany is the author of four other books and is a columnist for The Oman Daily Observer. He is a management and human resources expert, consultant, and professional. Visit Suleimany online at www.alsuleimany.com. Married with four children, he lives in Oman. Majid Al Suleimany is the author of four other books and is a columnist for The Oman Daily Observer. He is a management and human resources expert, consultant, and professional. Visit Suleimany online at www.alsuleimany.com. Married with four children, he lives in Oman.