Cross-Cultural Management Revisited – A Qualitative Approach

Philippe d’Iribarne, Sylvie Chevrier, Alain Henry, Jean-Pierre Segal, Geneviève Tréguer-Felten, Oxford University Press, 2020. Read it now The cross-cultural management literature is still dominated by the quantitative approach to cultures which made the research field popular in the early 1980’s. While the hegemony of this approach was being consolidated, a French…

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The Hidden dimension of Happy cultural cooperation

Emmanuelle Sauvage, Management International, MI-Vol23 No1 – 7. Cross-cultural management research usually postulates that mutual expectations must be clearly assessed and that it is necessary for people from different cultural areas to share a common vision in order to efficiently collaborate. This research examines the link between intercultural understanding and relational…

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Cross-cultural Management in Multinational Project Groups

Sylvie Chevrier, Journal of World Business, n°140, 2003 : 1-9. Multinational project groups are flourishing in various business environments. Daily, members of such project groups expend their energy in obtaining the expected results in terms of costs, technical quality and deadlines. Research on project management, for the most part, focus on…

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