My latest column for Seoul Magazine’s September issue discussed job titles in Korea and how the traditional organizational hierarchy is alive and well in Korean companies. To go deeper into this topic, visit the links below.
- “Succeed in Korea By Understanding Korean Company Hierarchy [EXPIRED LINK REMOVED: https://koreanconsulting.typepad.com/files/kcts-2008_succeed_by_understanding_hierarchy_v02.pdf]” – This five-page executive report expands on the concepts in this month’s column, going into detail on the traditional Korean hierarchy. It includes the Korean spellings of these standard titles, which can be a tremendous asset for those wishing to get a leg up in Korean business by analyzing the Korean-language job titles of those they interface with on business.
- The Definitive Guide to Business Cards in Korea, 2011 Edition [EXPIRED LINK REMOVED: https://koreanconsulting.typepad.com/files/the-definitive-guide-to-business-cards-in-korea-2011-edition-1.pdf] – This free downloadable ebook covers just about everything there is to know about making and using business cards in Korea. It includes a section on Korean job titles that goes into even more detail than the executive report above. We even have an ongoing discussion at Korea Business Central about this ebook and its contents. [EXPIRED LINK REMOVED: https://stevenbammel.com/category/archives/kbcforum/topics/the-definitive-guide-to]
** CLICK HERE [EXPIRED LINK REMOVED: https://stevenbammel.com/category/archives/kbcforum/topics/korea-business-advisor-seoul-magazine-two-things-to-remember-abou] to read he full article on Korea Business Central.