It is surprisingly easy to generalize about certain organizational practices in both large and small Korean companies. These are described in my Executive Report: “Succeed in Korean Business by Understanding Korean Company Hierarchy” (Available in the KBC Business Library).
In a recent email discussion with an international executive recruiter working to fill an executive position in the Korean subsidiary of a multinational company, I answered the following questions he had:
- What is the most common job title(s) for someone reporting to the CEO/country managing director?
- To what extent does this vary between companies? Do you know the most typical title for someone at this level at