A few weeks back I wrote about building a kick-ass team of Thai employees and how to deal with with the challenges of recruiting and assembling an awesome team. Today I'd like to look at the day-to-day management of an expat manager in Thailand.
What follows is my own best practices that I came to use over the last 10 years while running a tech start-up out of Bangkok. For my own company these turned to work out quite well, but that doesn't mean it's the only or the best way to go about it. What might have worked for a tech company of 20 people might not be suitable for larger organisations or different industries, so take this with a grain of salt.
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